Entrepreneur offers hospitality sector insight at free event
Founder of recruitment business redwigwam, Lorna Davidson, is taking part in the free online event organised by Professional Liverpool
Professional Liverpool is holding a free virtual event this week which see successful recruitment entrepreneur Lorna Davidson offer her insight into post-COVID changes to the hospitality sector.
Her company, redwigwam, is an online platform that matches employers with people seeking short-term, flexible work, and she has a number of key clients in the bar/restaurant and hotel sector.
The restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 severely hit every sector across the country, and the hospitality industry is undeniably among the hardest hit. Fortunately, as lockdown restrictions ease, there is light at the end of the tunnel with a new normal in the hospitality sector emerging.
In the Changing Work for Good event, taking place online on Thursday, September 10, between 11am and 12 noon, Lorna will offer her perspective and advice on how the hospitality sector can use innovative new ways to reopen. It will be hosted by Professional Liverpool chief executive Andrew Ruffler and presented by Debbie Black, founder of DGB.
Lorna is regarded as an expert in the field of service, sales and people motivation. She has worked with many of the UK’s leading brands creating a demonstrable difference to their bottom line.
This event is free to attend and open to all including non-members. Click here to book a place.