After months of virtual meetings, classes, conferences, and happy hours, it has been announced that large business events can resume with the recently released proposed roadmap out of lockdown for England. We discuss what that means for Gray Dawes Events from their Meetings Management Team Leader, Danielle Grubb.
At almost the 11th hour the UK and the EU struck a Brexit Deal which will mean that travellers will need to put measures in place to minimise disruption from the 1st January 2021. Find out what those measures are…
On 1st November, a brave group of Gray Dawes Group gentlemen lay down their razors and took on the Movember challenge – to grow a moustache in order to raise money for men’s health charities. Setting themselves a target of £1,000, what they actually achieved – both financially and follically – exceeded all expectations!
The COVID-19 pandemic has got us all rethinking the way we do business. From no longer needing expensive office space (replaced by the home office) to conducting important business meetings via video conferencing technology. So… do we still need to face meetings?
So many of us haven’t been in to the office for months and, at least in the UK, there seems very little appetite to do so any time soon. Many businesses are seriously looking at alternatives to corporate bricks and mortar, in favour of operating virtually. So, what does this all mean for business travel?