Preparing Your Business for a Post-COVID World
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Episode 1 - Commercial Insights with Regions Bank

It’s been a little over a year since COVID landed on our shores and buffeted our economy and business landscape. Companies have adapted and even innovated, but now it’s past time to shift from a defensive stance to one that takes bold, substantive steps into the post-COVID era. On this launch episode of Commercial Insights with Regions Bank, we look at lessons learned and best practices from the past year, plus how smart businesses will apply them now and in the future.

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Meet the Speaker

Brian Willman serves as the Head of Commercial Banking at Regions Bank. In addition to his current position, Willman has also served as an Area Executive for Regions in South Alabama and played an important role in directing the Corporate Bank’s recent Continuous Improvement efforts.

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Our world is changing at a breakneck speed, and today’s business leaders need guidance to position themselves for success. Commercial Insights with Regions Bank features in-depth conversations with thought leaders and experienced commercial business advisors about what’s new, what’s next, and what you can do to best position your business for the road ahead.

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