IET London: Savoy Place offers a place of respite for emergency workers
In the wake of the unavoidable closures of venues across the globe, IET London: Savoy Place has partially reopened its doors as a respite area for emergency workers.Read More
If these recent challenging times have taught us anything, it’s that the events and hospitality industry is strong, thriving, and fast to adapt in uncertain circumstances. Whether you’re an events or weddings planner, manage a venue, run a catering organisation or own a florist, decorations, lighting or technology business – you will have been affected by coronavirus.
Even though you may not be able to work on upcoming events for the time being, that doesn’t stop you from preparing for the next chapter of your offering, or spring cleaning the way you operate to make the most of your space, location, resources or services for when you’re able to get back up and running.
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