Commercial Relationships

Highly transactional commercial relationships are ill-suited to how suppliers and customers can best support each other in a world prepared for uncertainty.

The final report in the Design for Tomorrow series examines the business relationships we will need in future, including:

  • Contractual relationships
  • Partnership and investment
  • Procurement
  • Insource/outsource
  • Innovation

In this webinar find out what our research told us and in what ways the experts predict we’ll need to change our working culture for the future.

This 75 minute event will start at: 16:30 BST / 17:30 CEST / 11:30 EDT / 08:30 PDT

No media company will emerge from the Coronavirus pandemic intending to be the same as it was before. Every company will seek to redesign itself so that it can operate more effectively in any future global crisis. Design for Tomorrow is a series of six special reports and six webcasts - each the product of bespoke research across the DPP membership.

Our Partners

Design for Tomorrow is a unique collaborative piece of research being conducted across the whole DPP membership. We're lucky enough to have a number of expert partners supporting us across the whole project. All of our sponsors are closely involved in the introductory Key Design Principles work which sets the framework for the whole series. And each sponsor is also an active participant in one or more areas of work that best represent their area of expertise.

Commercial Relationships - Expert Sponsors

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Design for Tomorrow - Expert Sponsors

Upcoming Design for Tomorrow Events

Design for Tomorrow features a series of six reports and events. Check out all the upcoming events in the series below.

Previous Design for Tomorrow Events

Recordings of the webcasts of each of the Design for Tomorrow events will become available here as each one is published.

Design for Tomorrow Reports

The Design for Tomorrow reports will become available here as each one is published.

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