China and South Korea might be starting to resume their economies, the rest of the world is getting further into lock-down mode. After Italy, the rest of Europe and the United States are only at the beginning of the corona virus pandemic. And for sure nobody in those countries is in de mood to prepare for a life after the current crisis.
At the China Speakers Bureau, we do start to look ahead, also as more events are cancelled and international flights still seem in a unstoppable free fall. But one thing is sure: even when timing is unclear, this crisis will be disappearing in the months to come, even when experts already predict a second wave of patients after the summer. In our line of business the average lead time between inquiries for speaker’ assignments and execution is on average three months, and we do not want to start for resumption of our business until the pandemic has officially stopped.
Most of our speakers have been silent on the corona crisis, as it is still unfolding, and making sense for the future international trade relations has been hard. But when business is resuming, more than ever a solid advice seems to be needed.
This week we will start to publish against stories from our speakers, so you can have an idea in what direction their thoughts are going, and where they might fit into your future plans.
We remain at our posts, and look forward to exchanging thoughts. Do get in touch here.