What will they look like? The hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis. The industry and our clients are left wondering what events will look like when restrictions are lifted.
As part of the major programme to develop antibody tests to track the level of COVID-19 infection in the community, Emma Woodcock, Head of Event and Business Development assisted in the delivery of what is normally sports event space to be transformed into a Clinical Trial Unit.
A barrel of laughs is what can be expected when companies book activities. With the need to social distance a multi-faceted challenges that can take place over different parts of country limiting travel and keeping staff safe.
Stamford Court and their other venues are looking forward to welcoming everyone as soon as they can. But to ensure that guests and staff are all safe, we will open when we are confident that we are COVID-19 secure.
College Court are preparing to open. We are working hard on specific measures to ensure that when we do reopen we continue to offer the same level of excellent service, whilst following guidelines to keep everyone safe.
A Devon based family-owned business that runs exhibitions and conferences across the UK has come up with a novel way to keep its staff employed, and their jobs secure in the crisis, while helping other businesses keep their staff safe.
Warwick Conferences has unveiled its strategy to keep event organisers, delegates and staff safe while hosting events and conferences, as it continues its preparations ahead of re-opening in line with government guidelines
Unique Venues Birmingham is a commercial venture between two nationally-renowned venues; The REP and The Library of Birmingham. UVB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Birmingham Repertory Theatre Ltd, jointly governed by The REP and Birmingham City Council.