Inspira channel launches a new live virtual series SPUNK driven by the crisis

On April 3, the new live program series called SPUNK will start on the channel Inspira, bringing together experts and leaders from various fields on a virtual conference platform to discuss possible solutions for coping in a crisis. Spunk is something that is sought, but the substance of the matter is not known until it is found – as if the current situation in the world. What makes SPUNK special is the possibility of interactivity – live contactless conference viewers have the opportunity to ask questions and have a say.

Each show is focused on a new topic, the name of the show also changes according to that. The opening show from the Estonian cultural landscape is called KultuuriSPUNK. Participants include Minister of Culture Tõnis Lukas, Sandra Vabarna (Trad.Attack!), Margit Aasmäe (Fotografiska Tallinn) and others.

In addition to KultuuriSPUNK other shows like DigiSPUNK, EriSPUNK, OstuSPUNK and TööSPUNK have also taken place.

TööSPUNK focuses on the current labor market – how the world of work changes after a special situation, what the labor market has become and what impact has had on employment relations.

Experts in the field of digital and technology who participated in the DigiSPUNK discussion found that a lot of inefficiencies in digital competences have emerged in this situation. Older people need attention and support, but there is little concern about young people’s competences.

EriSPUNK discussed the effects of the crisis and possible solutions, economic experts agreed that it would not be a long time for good consumption to come out of the crisis, but state measures will help prevent the economy from overreacting.

OstuSPUNK convened a discussion group of representatives of Selver, Bolt Food, Cleveron and the E-Commerce Association, who all confirmed the inevitable importance of e-commerce in a crisis and agreed that it is now the norm rather than a convenience service.