ProcureCon Facilities – A Virtual Event from WBR – Dealing With Disruption, Continuing To Save, & Defining The New Normal.

Typically I try to announce speaking engagements in advance, but as you know, I’ve been a little off from my normal routines lately. Regardless, I recently participate in a virtual event hosted by Worldwide Business Research (WBR) creators of the ProcureCon series.

The virtual event was hosted and moderated by Ryan Kulp (Program Director for ProcureCon Facilities).  The three hour event included panel discussions, presentations, and fireside chats with 9 leaders in Facilities Procurement.

The segment I participated in was a fireside chat between Ryan, myself and my friend and colleague Michael Beauregard.

Michael and I addressed the topic of Real Estate and how COVID-19 is impacting Facilities operations, construction, and procurement. 

Other topics addressed at the conference include how facilities are addressing safety for employees post -pandemic, budgeting for return-to-work, how UV Lighting can be used to disinfect air in facilities, and a discussion on how the pandemic has affected the supply chain.

All of these are very timely topics I’m sure you will find valuable.

The event aired on July 23rd.  If you missed the date, not to worry, the recording is available for replay to anyone who registers for the event.  You can visit this page click on “sign up” and follow the prompts.  At the end, you will be able to replay the entire event and watch all of the speakers.

In addition, I’ve secured permission from WBR to post the fireside chat that Michael and I participated in.

I have posted our segment of the event on Youtube at the link below.  After you have watch the video, please come back and share your comments.

I hope you enjoy the video.

Thanks for reading.  If you enjoyed this content, please feel free to browse my previous articles and please like, share, comment, and subscribe.  This helps promote my content and is greatly appreciated.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.