Adaptation – What is the New Normal for Your Business?

cfas deadline 9th october

In case you missed our post last week, we’re now inviting submissions for our CFAS Autumn Electronic Journal. The deadline is 9th October so don’t delay – get in touch on the details at the bottom of this article, or visit our contact us page.

For this special electronic edition of the Journal, our main focus themes are “Open Spaces” and “Adaptation”.

So we want to ask you this question.

What is the new normal for your business?

How are you adapting to the challenges that COVID-19 is presenting to your clients? Have you developed new products to suit the booming homeworking market, or perhaps modified a current one?

Perhaps remote working suits your staff perfectly and they are experiencing a positive and productive work/life balance. Or maybe it’s the opposite and you absolutely need everyone together on site – we’d love to hear about your experiences.

Case study: OE Electrics

Member company OE Electrics have embarked on a campaign to educate office workers about safe power usage in their new home office environment. They’ve created a special range of “working from home kits” to ensure compliance to proper standards even when working remotely, and have put together a free guide on how to make sure employee’s home workstations are set up safely.

Iain Farthing, Global Client Manager of OE says:

 I’ve just been told that I’ll be Working From Home until March 2021, then a maximum of two days a week in the Old Normal office. This sums up what I’m hearing at the moment. As long as employers are encouraging the purchase of ergonomic chairs and desks to help posture and well-being along with safe electrics, the New Normal is going to give us a Work Life Balance that few of us will have ever enjoyed.

Iain Farthing (Global Client Manager), OE Electrics

Why contribute to the Journal?

This electronic journal will be published to a huge additional circulation. In addition to our near 8000 named contacts within facilities management, A & D, Manufacturing and dealerships, we have the opportunity to circulate to over 23,300 named contacts within the educational sector. These contacts cover all UK primary and secondary schools, colleges and Universities.

It’s a perfect opportunity to help you grow your brand’s presence, both within and outside our industry, reaching audiences of every medium for maximum impact in the marketplace, giving you peace of mind that the right people know who you are and what you do.

Submission process

To submit artwork for the CFAS Autumn Electronic Journal, simply get in touch on the details below or visit our contact us page.

Phone: 0845 388 7973
Email: alan@cfas.uk

We can’t wait to hear how our members have been finding their new normal, so make sure to get your entries in by 9th October.

Have you and your colleagues subscribed to the electronic journal… Don’t miss your free issue, sign up now at www.cfas.uk.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – CFAS AUTUMN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL

Our CFAS Autumn Electronic Journal is almost upon us, and we want your input!

The theme for the next edition is “Open Space” and “Adaptation” we welcome any contributions our members think will fit this category. The deadline for entries is 9th October.

What does “Open Spaces” mean?

There are many things that could fit into this category! Have you developed and created a brand new product suitable for outdoor use? Or have you adapted your working environment to give your staff extra room to work safely and efficiently?

Perhaps you’ve even adapted some of your current offerings to fit new workplace guidelines. For example, Sven Christiansen designed kits to quickly and easily reconfigure bench desk runs, into individual workstations, for enhanced social distancing compliance.

sven modulation office bench
The Sven Single-Sided Bench Conversion

If you’ve done something similar to this, or can answer any of the questions above, we’d love to hear from you.

Why contribute to the Journal?

This electronic journal will be published to a huge additional circulation. In addition to our near 8000 named contacts within facilities management, A & D, Manufacturing and dealerships, we have the opportunity to circulate to over 23,300 named contacts within the educational sector. These contacts cover all UK primary and secondary schools, colleges and Universities. It’s a perfect opportunity to help you grow your brand’s presence, both within and outside our industry, reaching audiences of every medium for maximum impact in the marketplace, giving you piece of mind that the right people know who you are and what you do.

Benefits

No more ‘The Office is Dead’ CFAS is helping the industry to fight back and show the benefits of workplace designed furniture in COVID-19 friendly environments.

Special rates across the board to help our industry survive this crisis. Let’s do this…be part of the Autumn journal.

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Great rates on OFAS Printing Services

Submission process

To submit artwork for the CFAS Autumn Electronic Journal, simply get in touch on the details below or visit our contact us page.

Phone: 0845 388 7973
Email: alan@cfas.uk

We can’t wait to hear how our members have been finding their new normal, so make sure to get your entries in by 9th October.

Have you and your colleagues subscribed to the electronic journal… Don’t miss your free issue, sign up now at www.cfas.uk