As the world looks towards a new reality post COVID-19, governments, communities and businesses are all asking the same question: What happens next?
How can we learn from the challenges and impact of COVID-19 to build a future that is resilient?
What Happens Next with Bernard Salt is a podcast series bringing you insights into what a new reality could look like post COVID-19.
Despite the effects of the pandemic, a record amount of venture capital was invested in Australian startups in the first half of 2020, with 92 deals recorded. To find out why Australian startups remain attractive to investors, Bernard Salt speaks to James Chin Moody, Founder & CEO of Sendle, Amanda Price, KPMG Australia’s Head of High Growth Ventures, and Steve Baxter, Founder & CEO of Transition Level Investments.
In this episode, Bernard Salt is joined by Executive Producer Whitney Fitzsimmons to reflect on the highlights from season one of the show. Join them as they discuss mental wellness, working from home and the new reality for business.
Join Bernard Salt as he catches up with celebrity chef Matt Moran to discuss how the pandemic has affected his businesses, and how he has discovered unexpected cooking opportunities during lockdown. Bernard is also joined by Emma Germano, Vice President of the Victorian Farmers Federation, and Robert Poole, KPMG Australia’s National Sector Lead for Consumer & Retail, to find out how the agriculture sector is responding to Coronavirus. If you would like to try Matt Moran’s crumbed lamb cutlets, view the recipe on his website. You can also read further insights from KPMG Australia on the food and agriculture sector.
Bernard Salt speaks to Deb Yates, National Managing Partner, People, Performance & Culture at KPMG Australia and Dr Jane Gunn, Partner in Charge of KPMG Australia’s People & Change Practice, to find out how businesses are embracing the remote working phenomenon in the wake of COVID-19. Bernard also catches up with Georgie Harman, CEO of Beyond Blue to discuss the importance of self-care and mental wellness during the pandemic. Access the resources from Beyond Blue. You can also read more about KPMG insights on working from home and mental health.
Bernard Salt speaks to rising star high school educator Yasodai Selvakumaran from Rooty Hill High School to hear how COVID-19 has changed the way students and teachers work together. Bernard also catches up with KPMG Australia’s Education Sector Leader, Professor Stephen Parker, and Debbie McVitty, Editor of the UK Higher Education policy platform Wonkhe, to discuss the new reality for the tertiary education sector post COVID-19.
Bernard Salt unpacks predictions for a post COVID-19 world with Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell, Director, 3A Institute, and James Mabbott, Lead Partner, KPMG Futures. He also catches up with Europe’s most influential futurist, Matthias Horx, to look at how Europe is being reshaped in the wake of the pandemic.
In our first episode of What Happens Next, Bernard Salt speaks to Dr Meredith Makeham, Chief Medical Advisor to the Australian Digital Health Agency, and Warren Bingham, Executive Director of MedTech, to look at the role technology is playing in the Australian healthcare sector in the wake of COVID-19. Bernard also chats to KPMG Global Head of Healthcare, Dr Mark Britnell, to hear his analysis of how countries across the globe are dealing with the pandemic.
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