Matt Simister will be one of the speakers of the Budapest Climate Summit, to be held on 9 October 2020.
The last months have been of particular importance for Tesco. On one hand, the food retailer had to deal with the coronavirus pandemic and it was crucial to handle the situation well. On the other hand, the Group has been going through some internal changes, which led to the sale of the Polish business.
CEENERGYNEWS spoke with Matt Simister, CEO of Tesco Central Europe about the company’s support to local communities during these moments of crisis as well as the sustainable and business goals of the Group.
“COVID-19 brought extraordinary circumstances for the entire society and economy, Tesco included,” Mr Simister begins. “From the outset we focused on four things: keeping food on the shelves, keeping colleagues and customers safe, supporting colleagues through challenging times and continuing to help the wider community.”
This article was originally published on CEENERGYNEWS, the official media partner of Budapest Climate Summit.