Realise News: Virtually Business as Usual

Written by:sherlockiscool

Published: March 20, 2020

Realise News:

‘Virtually’ Business as Usual

A little update from the Realise Team

Our company principles are driven by our values in humanity and this is now more important than ever. And as forward thinkers, we’ve naturally been envisaging where recent events are heading. So, keen to do our bit to flatten the pretty scary curve that is coming and keep the economic wheels turning – we are now working ‘virtually’ business-as-usual.

Many of you our friends, clients and partners will be just as used as us to running projects from hotel rooms or factory shop floors all around the world. The difference now is – we’re all going to have to get used to doing it from our kitchen tables and stand up dressers rather than the cafe table or workshop bench. We just want to reassure you that wherever you are, some things won’t change. Our team remains available, so we are always here to talk and support people through their journey.

Looking ahead, Covid-19 (yes, we had to say it eventually…) is certainly presenting us with some challenging unknowns. It’s a strange time and unsettling for all of us but we also see this as an opportunity to flex our creative power and continue to help not just the health and well-being of humankind as a larger community, but also closer to home and the innovative businesses in Bristol and beyond.

Like the design process, tackling any of this will require understanding first so we don’t have any answers just yet, but we do know that camaraderie will go a long way. We’d love to know how you’re doing and if you’d like to know more about how we’re working through our challenges, drop us a message.

The Realise “Covid COBRA” committee clearly hard at work deciding how to save the world with a balloon.

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