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COVID has driven a huge shift in the way people behave and businesses are having to adapt, quickly. Here are a few fairly alarming statistics: 49% of people avoid leaving their homes 50% of employees are reluctant to go back to the office Three out of four customers fear getting COVID whilst shopping 75% of…

The queue, or line if you are over the pond, has a long history. The first format of it was from the 19th century with the industrial revolution as more people gravitated to cities in the UK. Unsurprisingly, having invented it, Britain is world-famous for our orderly queues. There is however a misconception that Brits…

Manually counting people in and out is an inefficient way to collect numbers of visitors, in addition to this, many venues are having to hire additional members of staff to assist with this.  Venues globally, such as supermarkets and high street retailers have opted to implement a one-in-one-out strategy, where a member of staff stands…

Many businesses have existing infrastructure that can be repurposed to meet the needs of the COVID world and beyond 2020 has changed the way we interact with physical spaces forever. Whether that be changes in the workplace such as employees only visiting the office once or twice a week as opposed to the traditional 9…

Universities have been in the news recently for multiple reasons, specifically how they keep their students safe while delivering on the tuition and learning that those students are paying for.  The uniqueness of the university business model means that those institutions are under acute pressure to deliver, from their students (both current and future) and…

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