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The global corporate world is eager to tune into Bloomberg's The Year Ahead Summit 2021 that has now gone virtual.
The biggest positive sign is, the summit is on. The next important question is: What solutions will more than 40 global C-Suite speakers have to offer to political leaders worldwide, their counterparts and the workforce?
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Bloomberg Live suggests the summit is a platform for you to get educated and inspired through groundbreaking discussions as well as acquire fact-based intelligence that'll help in your profession. There's 13 plus hours of elite content to gain from.
The event starts with Bloomberg Live's Deputy Global Editor Mallika Kapur in discussion with Erna Solberg, Norway's prime minister.
Solberg had, at the beginning of this year, imposed fresh restrictions on Norwegians to avert further spread of the Covid-19.
The restrictions include: 1. A nationwide ban on serving alcohol in restaurants and bars. 2. Citizens to put their social lives, such as inviting guests home, on hold.
Reuters quoted Solberg exhorting fellow Norwegians: “I ask you not to have any visitors at home. Wait a fortnight before inviting anyone home or visiting others.
It'd be interesting to see the solution Solberg provides during this summit for global leaders and people to follow. She has tweeted her congratulatory wishes to United States President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris as well as confirmed Norway's support on working cohesively for a quicker solution to ending the Pandemic and in the future.
I congratulate @JoeBiden on becoming the 46. President of the United States and @KamalaHarris on becoming their first female Vice-President. Thanks to President Biden for an encouraging inaugural speech offering us all to cooperate. — Erna Solberg (@erna_solberg) January 20, 2021
Norway is ready!
I congratulate @JoeBiden on becoming the 46. President of the United States and @KamalaHarris on becoming their first female Vice-President. Thanks to President Biden for an encouraging inaugural speech offering us all to cooperate.
Norway is ready!