Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa, observing a coronavirus travel ban, is shown in his Lisbon office on March 17 as he participates remotely in a conference of the European Council. (Horacio Villalobos#Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

Working around Coronavirus (AUDIO INTERVIEW)

The Media Line speaks with Ellie Somogyi of Veidan, a Tel Aviv-area conferencing firm – who says business is up

Saudi Arabia, which this year is chairing the G20, is calling for an emergency summit to discuss coronavirus. Fittingly, the summit would be virtual, limiting physical contact.

To learn more about virtual conferencing – and whether coronavirus has had an impact on business – The Media Line spoke with Ellie Somogyi, virtual events manager for Veidan, a conferencing firm near Tel Aviv.

Personalize Your News
Upgrade your experience by choosing the categories that matter most to you.
Click on the icon to add the category to your Personalize news
Browse Categories and Topics
Help us deliver the independent journalism the world needs
Donate
Mideast Daily News Email - Get the latest headlines and stories
By subscribing, you agree to The Media Line terms of use and privacy policy.
Mideast Daily News Email - Get the latest headlines and stories
By subscribing, you agree to The Media Line terms of use and privacy policy.