The Covid-19 crisis is going to have important consequences for governments and companies around the world. At this point in time, planning and innovation become essential tools to manage the present and prepare for future adversities.
At anteverti we are ready to help your organization achieve this. On the one hand, by analysing the current situation in the short term in order to optimize processes and turn uncertainty into opportunities. And, on the other hand, by focusing on strategic planning and on the long term to build resilience for the future.
Here you will find our experts’ analysis of the impact of the pandemic in the near urban future, paired with a set of priorities for action on which we can collaborate:
The pandemic has accelerated many digitalization processes that were predicted to be more gradual, and urban management has been no exception. Once the health emergency is over, the challenge will be to rethink the application of technology in urban life by placing people’s needs at the centre of decision-making
Cities face the double challenge of overcoming the socio-economic impact of Covid-19 while preserving the positive environmental side effects of quarantine. Local and regional resilience strategies will be central to achieving this win-win situation – while taking a step forward towards the decarbonisation of our cities’ economy
Quarantine measures have accelerated transformations in the production and supply chains of most industries, as well as in the way people consume and companies operate. The urban economic ecosystem can only emerge stronger from the current downturn by applying innovative approaches, sharing knowledge and creating new synergies
The Covid-19 crisis will radically change our human relationships and the spaces they inhabit. Consequently, urban spaces and all the activities that take place in them will have to readjust their nature to the new reality - which in turn becomes an opportunity to rethink our cities in order to make them more resilient and livable
Strong collaboration between institutions at the local, regional and international level will be more necessary than ever if cities want to successfully overcome a global pandemic that hits them especially hard. The provision of public services must quickly adjust to new social needs, making it mandatory to design joint strategies in order to mitigating the effect of the forthcoming crisis.