Professor Gillian Armstrong, Director of Business Engagement at Ulster University Business School said: “The speed of innovation and creativity from local businesses in the course of the crisis is miraculous with many enterprises responding to the uncertainty with a high degree of tenacity. Our goal is to assist the business community by stimulating entrepreneurial considering and encouraging positive action and confidence. This new podcast series brings in combination expert advice and real life reports to help and champion firms of all sizes in dealing with the consequences of Covid 19. ”In the inaugural episode, Wendy Austin was joined by Professor Mark Durkin, Executive Dean, Ulster University Business School and Julie Sinnamon CEO, Enterprise Ireland to discuss what effective leadership and teamwork feels like in a digital world and the shift in behavioural and approach changes. In the second episode, Wendy spoke to Ciaran Doherty, General Manager at Huhtamaki, Gareth Irvine, founder at The Copeland Distillery and Kristel Miller, Senior Lecturer at Ulster University Business School and uncovered how these enterprises are adapting their enterprise models in response to the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.