The reception areas at each of these offices are key to allowing clients to communicate with us. We realise that not everyone wants to video call. For some people, face-to-face is the only way to do business.
Business as usual
Wosskow Brown’s Managing Partner, Ian Brown said: “Whilst many things have changed over the last few months, we’re happy that we have returned a level of normality.”
“We have taken our time to ensure we put the right protections in place for our staff and our clients. It is our belief that expectations will be changed for the long term. We have elected to install permanent screens on all our reception areas. We think the result looks great, keeps everyone safe and doesn’t get in the way of a conversation.”
Ian continued by saying: “We’re looking forward to welcoming our clients back, but if anyone has reservations about popping in, we’re still more than happy to chat on the phone or even link up on a video call.”
We ask that if you are visiting our offices, please be aware of those around you. Give each other space. We have safe distance markers on our floors, please pay attention to them and use them. If there are enough people already in our reception areas, we may ask you to wait outside or to come back at another time. Please don’t be offended, we’ll get to you as quick as we can.
Booking a meeting
Our meeting space is limited. We will see you if we can, but if we don’t have a room free, we may ask that you make an appointment to come back later. At this time, we would suggest that it would be preferential to make an appointment in advance, just to avoid any wasted journeys.
We’re also really sorry that we can’t make you a cuppa while you are here either.