INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
As the coronavirus crisis affects our businesses, working/buying habits and living situations, a very practical question arises. What do these additional pressures mean for the commercial property and real estate market?
Businesses of all shapes and sizes are facing new and unprecedented challenges. But what does this mean when it comes to how you manage your business?
If you’re self-quarantining or practising social distancing, it is essential that you consider how you can maintain your mental wellbeing.
Social distancing and lockdown measures have forced most businesses to close down their offices for the foreseeable future. However, the risk of cyber-threat is still very prevalent.
Farmers should be extra vigilant to keep children safe on their premises whilst schools are closed due to the Coronavirus.
Home working is the new normal and the challenges and distractions are numerous. Your children are seeking attention, your broadband is slow, you even risk turning yourself into a potato on a conference.
With Coronavirus ‘Stay Home, Save Lives’ regulations in full swing, many people are turning to the Internet for activities they would normally do out of the house.
Innovations like telehealth allow us to consult directly with health care providers via computer or mobile device.