covid-19  response

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moving forward

We hope you, your family and friends are staying safe and healthy. Covid-19 has put live business gatherings on hold. We look forward to integrating Christopher Howell’s creativity talks and workshops into your plans either online now or live later in the year as the lockdown eases up. Going forward, plans for each event will be handled on a case-by-case basis according to the latest government guidelines. Below, see our clients’ FAQs on the subject as well as recommended online and live Covid-19 era event options.

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in case you wondered

While live events are not allowed at the time of publishing (May 2020), here are some guidelines as we look forward to restrictions being eased and live events hopefully resuming later in the year.

1) What if Covid-19 resurges after I book a live talk or workshop?
If your event date must change due to Covid-19 health and safety concerns, you may postpone or cancel without penalty. A full refund will be made in the event of cancellation.

2) How can I make my event safer? 
When you provide clear information to your guests and service providers, everyone will be able to enjoy themselves while taking necessary precautions. Plan your virtual or live event according to the latest government advice. Recommend safe protocol both before and during the event. Hosts should follow current government advice on room density and social distancing. Please also provide ample hand sanitiser, soap and paper towels.

3) Is your delivery compliant with health and safety recommendations?
Online talks and workshops are a brand new offer which ensure safe social distancing via online software.  As for changes to live events, Christopher will ensure he washes his hands at regular intervals, before and after the delivery. He also will make content and repertoire choices to minimise risk. All decisions will be based on current government guidelines and scientific advice.
If you have any questions, contact us today.

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