JE editors Talks reached over 350 thousand people and generated 80 thousand views

The initiative launched at the beginning of the pandemic, which forced the entire team of Jornal Económico to work remotely, has already reached around 350 thousand people and resulted in 80 thousand views.

Since, for security reasons, the entire Jornal Económico team was telecommuting, the initiative was developed 100% digitally and remotely.

As JE editors Talks, an initiative launched in April alongside the Jornal Económico Specials, reached more than 350 thousand people and resulted in approximately 80 thousand views. The project was launched with the aim of discussing and understanding the impact of the new coronavirus pandemic on different sectors and areas of Portuguese society.

At a time when the country embraces the possibility of a slow lack of definition, JE editors Talks have been serving over the past three months to address the main key-players about 20 different areas on the impact, the future, the challenges and opportunities that their areas and businesses face as the pandemic evolves.

Below, remember the topics already covered and click to review and share those that interest you most.

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