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Back to events.  Safely

Back to events. Safely

Zoom can’t replace face to face, can it? The events industry has been hit incredibly hard and whilst many cross over to virtual meetings, they can't replace the spontaneous networking opportunities and experience of a face to face event. The buzz and energy created at an event doesn’t translate the same…

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Back to Learning.  Safely

Back to Learning. Safely

Playing Catch upWith months of study time lost or at least diluted, students all over the world are for once, united in wanting to return to study.  The impact of Covid will be felt for years to come with our younger generations sited to be impacted the most.Reducing the risk…

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Return to Work. Safely

Return to Work. Safely

Despite an increase in pressure from the government for people to return to work, many would prefer to stay at homeWe have been bombarded with instructions, updates political and medical views over the last 6 months and pandemic fatigue has definitely set in. The need for immediate change in habits,…

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No Mask,  No Sale!

No Mask, No Sale!

No mask?  No saleOur new normal seems to be settling in with masks stashed in every handbag, pocket and glove box!  Whilst government guidelines state customers must wear masks, the guideline for people at work does not require this and it’s a problem.Shoppers were found to be more confident in…

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Return to Learning. Safely.

Return to Learning. Safely.

The scale of the response must match the scale of the challengeWith the government pledging 1bn to schools to ensure no child is left disadvantaged by Covid, there is still mixed feelings from parents as to if their child should return. Many faced with home schooling whilst working from home…

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Clear signage linked to shopper confidence

Clear signage linked to shopper confidence

During the height of lockdown online clearly stole the lead. Shoppers reverted to home shopping and click and collect not only as bricks and motor closed, but it was the safest option with contactless purchase and delivery.The high street has had years of decline with the British Retail Consortium (BRC)…

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