Sanity and sanitiser. We’re back

As lockdown continues to ease across the UK, we’re pleased to report that we’re packing up our multitude of makeshift home offices in preparation for the long-awaited return to the brave new world of Forepoint on 3 August 2020.

So, what’s it going to look like for the team, our clients, suppliers and visitors to our studio?

Clearly, the powers that be have made the health and safety of everyone their priority. And it’s thanks to all the hard work of our Studio Manager Neil, that we’ve successfully undergone a rigorous risk assessment exercise to ensure we’ve created our Covid-secure workplace.

What does this mean in practice?

It might not sound like a lot of fun at the moment, but we’re looking forward to being back together as a team, to working hard (as usual) and enjoying what it is that we do best.

Want to speak to us (in a COVIDsecure way) about the support we can provide to you and your business? Then call us on 01772 511001, or contact us via our website.

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