Lancashire Business View Coronavirus Statement
By Richard Slater, publisher
Our job has always been to provide information that our readers can use in their businesses.
We share the experiences of others so they might inform the way you work.
That will not change as we focus our attention on being helpful and useful to the Lancashire business community in these testing times.
We’ll keep official medical guidance to the fore.
We want to hear the experiences of Lancashire businesses and share them.
We will bring you advice and guidance from trade bodies and experts.
And we will remind you to buy supplies and services from your neighbours – if you can buy it in Lancashire, please do.
In short, we will be here. Every working day online, through our social channels and through our print magazine.
And while the bulk of our events programme is suspended for the forthcoming weeks and months, we are postponing rather than cancelling. Some of our smaller events, such as our roundtable discussions, will be staged virtually.
The health and safety of our partners, clients and staff remains our top priority and we have the necessary procedures in place to ensure we adhere to the latest guidelines which we are monitoring closely.
Our intention is to keep our office open, but we also have a business continuity plan which will allow us to publish whether our office is staffed or not.
We wish the whole of the Lancashire business community well, and all the people within those businesses, their friends and families.
Resilience is the name of the game.
Keep in touch with us:
LBV team contact details
Office: 01254 297870
Richard Slater, publisher
Stephen Bolton, commercial director
Ged Henderson, editor
Rachael Norris, head of marketing and events
Abbey Leeke, operations manager
Holly Martin, marketing and events executive