Together with VDAB, Push To Talk thoroughly prepared the questions for the guests. Push To Talk created a tightly timed shooting schedule with an attractive mix of studio discussions, recorded interviews, video reports, VDAB spots, animated PowerPoints, and room for live reactions in the chat. While the guests switched places smoothly and fully coronavirus-proof, the visitors watched videos with information, ideas, and testimonials for tackling labour market challenges. Afterwards, the 170 visitors continued their dialogue on the new challenges in the Brussels labour market in smaller working groups.
For the occasion, Push To Talk set up a pop-up studio in the Technicity Brussels lift atelier, the pool for training and work in the technology industry. Together, jobseekers, employees, students, and teachers develop the competences needed by the technology industry. The training hall provided an inspiring and appropriate backdrop with space for varied settings and striking interviews.
The audience asked questions via chat during the broadcast. Geert Pauwels, Director of VDAB Brussels, answered the questions live in the studio and did not shy away from the difficult questions. After the sessions, there was still time for online networking in the Babbelbox. Listening to stories and emotions creates opportunities to engage in dialogue and build a bright future together. VDAB wants to set the labour market in motion together with the Brussels partners, which is how live conversation can contribute to working strongly together for work.
Anyone who wanted to could watch or review the content later on a VDAB online platform.
The Brussels partners were given the latest news on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the labour market in a short space of time. Over 170 visitors followed the live broadcast. Fascinating questions for the speakers in the studio flooded in via chat. This is one way VDAB and the Brussels partners are working strongly for work together in the time of corona.
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