The challenges of this health crisis for the local administration are enormous. And the consequences in human and economic terms will be devastating and difficult to overcome. From Kuorum we want to do everything in our power to help the local administration community. That is why we have launched various initiatives, such as offering our services free of charge to public administrations that wish to coordinate volunteer work or carry out health surveys that help them better anticipate the assistance population needs. But another of our main assets is the proximity to hundreds of municipalities with which we speak daily. And that is why we have organized this free webinar in which to share experiences, doubts and needs.
On Wednesday April 15 at 5pm (CET), Victor Almonacid (Vice President of COSITAL and Secretary General of the City Council of Alzira), José Fernández (Councilor of the City Council of Madrid), Nacho Santillana (IT Director of the City Council of Barcelona), Ana Gutiérrez (HR Director of the Alcobendas City Council) and Jorge Payá (Equality Technician of the Petrer City Council) explained their vision of the impact that this crisis is having at the local level. Nacho Corredor (Partner beBartlet) was the moderator. The start of the video call via Zoom was cut short by an attack on the well-known security breaches of Eric Yuan’s company. But in a few minutes, a new password-protected room was created, to which more than 150 attendees rejoined. We leave you here the video of the session.