COVID-19 SUPPORT SERIES: Lessons to Learn Emerging From Lockdown in the USA

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  • Members Lessons to Learn Emerging From Lockdown in the USA
     12 May 2020
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

As you’ll all be aware, many states in the USA are now coming out of lockdown and we felt it would be beneficial to hear more about what businesses there are doing and look at what considerations could be applicable to us.

We’re delighted to have Jim Rae of docs24 who has offices in Edinburgh and Greenville, South Carolina hosting this event. Throughout the pandemic, Jim has obviously been working closely with his team and clients in the US so who better than him to share this insight with us.

Topics to be covered include:

  • What types of businesses are opening up again?
  • What new measure have companies had to take to ensure the safety of employees?
  • What impact has COVID-19 had on cashflow & business growth?
  • How are businesses adapting and innovating post-crisis?


Jim Rae has worked in document and information management for 25 years in a variety of small to global businesses.  He is a former professional footballer and is currently captain of the Scotland Seniors World Cup team which is due to play in the World Cup in Thailand in June 2020.

Jim launched docs24 in November 2013 and turned his previous business model of a traditional company to one driven by technology.  Today, docs24 is the most agile, marketing, business content and brand asset platform delivering simple, efficient, tailored and controlled management of clients’ content and brands.  The docs24 technology platform streamlines the management of clients’ marketing, content and brand assets to reduce inefficiency and unproductive time.

Working with some of the largest blue-chip companies across the globe, within financial services, franchise, pharmaceutical, accountancy and retail, docs24’s largest client is the biggest global clinical trials company in the world, employing 65,000 staff and with revenues of £15 billion.