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Marina Carroll joins University of Melbourne panel

Marina Carroll explores how to build a stronger business in the face of COVID-19

How can we build stronger, more resilient businesses and leverage the opportunities of ‘business as unusual’ in the face of COVID-19?

In a University of Melbourne panel discussion designed to empower and ignite ideas during these uncertain times, Architectus Principal Marina Carroll, Lendlease Head of Workplace Health and Wellbeing Duncan Young and AECOM Group Director – Buildings & Places Sarah Caruana will share their experiences in maintaining community engagement and stakeholder relationships, building resilience while supporting mental and physical wellbeing, and will explore the transition from traditional design and collaboration approaches to a virtual environment.

Event details

Date: Wednesday, 12 August 2020
Time: 5:30pm
Format: Online

You can register for this online event here.

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