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Business update following the coronavirus outbreak
To our clients and colleagues,
During these challenging times we are taking measures to ensure the health and safety of our staff and to ensure we provide the same level of commitment and quality to all our clients and professional teams.
In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) we have moved towards operating a virtual office environment, but it will be business as usual at chapmanbdsp.
We have tested our infrastructure and all our staff have the ability to work remotely. We have delivered large projects all around the world. We have the technology and communications channels in place to ensure all our people can work and collaborate effectively wherever their location as part our established business continuity plan.
Client meetings will continue as planned, with chapmanbdsp staff dialling-in to meetings, we will also still attend site visits where possible and necessary. However, we will avoid non-urgent business meetings and international trips, in line with official guidance.
The situation is changing rapidly and the chapmanbdsp Board Directors will be constantly reviewing these measures in line with Government advice.
We understand the current situation is unsettling for everyone, our primary focus is that will continue to deliver for our clients and ensure the welfare of our team.
The Board Directors, chapmanbdsp.
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