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Business as Usual

18 Mar 2020

Business as Usual

Following advice from the Government to help combat the spread of CV19, and in the best interests of the safety of our staff and members, we have taken the decision to postpone all Arts & Business NI face-to-face events until further notice. The Arts & Business NI team will also be moving to remote working so our offices at Bridge House Paulett Avenue will be closed until further notice.

Whilst members of the team will be working from home, all our team have full remote access and are still available to support our cultural and private sector members in these challenging times. Please continue to contact us on the usual email and direct dial contact numbers.

Although we will not be hosting face-to-face meetings or events, we will still be continuing to offer member support sessions via phone, email and digital platforms. We will also be offering our members access to a range of webinars and on-line support tools.

We know that the current situation is hitting both the cultural sector and private sector businesses hard and there are uncertain times ahead as organisations make difficult decisions in order to protect the health and wellbeing of their staff, audiences and stakeholders.

We will be in touch with our arts and business members in the coming days in regard to a number of specific initiatives that we are developing to offer additional support in these tough times.

In the meantime please be assured that we are still very much open for business and are here to provide whatever support we can. Please get in touch with any member of the team and please stay safe.

You can contact us at:
Mary (CEO) on 028 9073 5158 or m.nagele@artsandbusinessni.org.uk
Maeve (Head of Business) on 9073 5151 or m.mckervey@artsandbusinessni.org.uk
Brona (Head of Arts) on 9073 5155 or b.whittaker@artsandbusinessni.org.uk
Sarah (Business & Executive Support) on 9073 5159 or s.mackey@artsandbusinessni.org.uk

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Arts & Business is generously supported by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.