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Getting creative to work around Coronavirus

COVID-19 has shaken so many businesses to their core. But, we’ve adapted and continue to work hard (from home) for our clients.

COVID-19 has done a serious number on 2020, and we’re not a fan. But by golly, when the going gets tough you better believe Sense gets going!

Right now, we all find ourselves in uncharted waters, where social distancing and self isolation are the new norm. Introverts rejoice! But in this time of upheaval, we want to reassure our clients that Sense, like many businesses, is still hard at work – albeit from home, with trackies on.

As this health crisis has evolved, so have we. We introduced extra hygiene measures – our office has never been cleaner! Then, all our staff who relied on public transport to get to the office began working from home. And now, our entire agency is working remotely as the government imposes further restrictions in order to ease the blow of this pandemic.

But while our dynamic creative office is a ghost town, rest assured we are all still cracking on with it. Our work from home crew is all set up, connected to the Sense servers, and each other. Thank goodness for Slack and Zoom! As we work through all these changes, we find ourselves thinking laterally to maintain consistency for our clients. Our adaptability has even taken us by surprise! It’s this little silver lining that really motivates us. That, despite the seismic disruption to how we do things – we’re still getting it done.

We’ve even conducted pitches via Zoom! It was strange, that’s for sure, but you do what you gotta do! Also in the interests of keeping our people and clients safe, we’ve stopped face-to-face meetings in a bid to comply with common sense stuff social distancing rules.

As the situation evolves, we’ll certainly let you know if anything on our end changes. But for the foreseeable future, we’re keeping calm and carrying on.

 

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COVID-19 has shaken so many businesses to their core. But, we’ve adapted and continue to work hard (from home) for our clients.

Ellen Hill
Writer & Content Editor