Wednesday 24 June 2020 5:30 am

The City View: 'The second digital revolution' - with Irana Wasti of GoDaddy

Save our SMEs

In this episode, Christian is joined by Irana Wasti, President in Europe and the Middle East of website giant GoDaddy.

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Irana says the pandemic has already triggered a ‘second digital revolution’ with small businesses turning to online retail and digital business models to keep themselves afloat.

What started as an emergency response has, for many small firms, turned into a sustainable new revenue stream – giving Irana confidence that small businesses will have a critical role to play in the economic recovery.

Read more: The City View: Rachel Cunliffe on lockdown, culture wars and why she misses the office

Also in this episode, Christian looks at the latest UK economic data; the hospitality sector’s sigh of relief; and the future of the City View podcast as we approach our 50th episode. 

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