eSouza Associates have been helping our clients find venues and organise events for over 24 years. Whilst facing an unprecedented, fast moving situation and uncertain times as we all manage the impact of COVID-19, I’m sure you’ll join us in agreeing that the priority right now is everyone’s safety and good health.
Our wonderful events and hospitality industry will recover and become great again, despite COVID-19 undoubtedly delivering the biggest challenge the industry has ever faced. We thank venues, suppliers and clients alike for their continuing support and flexibility – we will get through this! In the meantime, we must support each other while working together to stay strong during these uncharted times #StrongerTogether.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if we can be of any assistance on any events related matter – we’re working remotely #stayhome #staysafe but still fully operational and available during our normal business hours of 9.00-5.15pm via the usual phone number or by email.
We are all learning alongside each other as we navigate COVID–19 and as the situation evolves, we will work with you, as best we can, to find solutions.
For our existing clients, if we can help you to reschedule events from this part of the year to the autumn or next year, please let us know. We are here to help you navigate this challenging time and thank you for your continued support.
For new clients, if you’re planning to use this somewhat freer time to think about venues for future events that you know you will have to organise, please get in touch and give us as much of a brief as you can and we would be delighted to assist you.
As everyone is working remotely, you may want to consider, in the immediate or near future, some virtual teambuilding exercises. Here’s a link to some ideas as we’ve been speaking to many different suppliers over the last couple of weeks.
We have probably all worked from home from time to time but not on the scale that faces us all at the present time and also for an ill-defined period. It will definitely catch many people off guard. There is a school of thought too that remote working might even be the new normal, and not just for now!!