COVID-19: Australian Business Recovery

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis like none before it, and there remains uncertainty as to its further impact on our lives and livelihoods.

Organisations across geographic, demographic and economic sectors have been put to the test, and over the months ahead must take action to shape their recovery, and ultimately to thrive after the pandemic is over.

Leaders making informed choices regarding the uncertainties that continue to unfold across the economic and business environment can set the foundation to achieve sustained growth and performance moving forward.


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Given the nature of the pandemic, the targeted focus of government policy, guidelines and stimulus packages, and the pre-COVID-19 environment for businesses, each organisation is experiencing this crisis in a unique way. As such, interpreting available information, forming suitable actions and developing actionable strategies are not a one-size-fits all approach. For more information, contact our team.
Dr. Stephanie Allen

Lead Partner, Healthcare, Deloitte Consulting

Dr. Pradeep Philip

Lead Partner, Economics, Deloitte Access Economics

Jeremy Drumm

Lead Partner, Strategy, Monitor Deloitte




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