Freedom is here!! It’s time to start making plans and getting excited about moving back to a slightly more ‘normal’ world, with lockdown restrictions easing we are now able to visit wonderful venues such as Blenheim Palace, Oxford University colleges and The Ashmolean Museum.
On this edition of The Business Brunch, we are joined by Stephen Spencer from Stephen Spencer + Associates, Wendy Ball from the Ashmolean Museum, Jon Young from BVA BDRC and Tagore Ramoutar from The Oxford Artisan Distillery as they discuss how people will react and what measures businesses should take to help visitors return to enjoy attractions and hospitality venues again.… what meeting again in the post Covid world will look and feel like.
B4, Oxfordshire’s leading business to business network, launched in 2006 and celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2021, has now launched nationally, providing businesses across the UK with fantastic opportunities to connect and secure excellent profile across B4’s growing digital audience.
Having wandered relatively blind into the world of webinars early in lockdown, B4 quickly got to grips with delivering regular content from members on a daily basis, culminating with BIO2020 which saw 102 live webinars delivered over three days.
The Ashmolean Museum with its imposing façade is a well-known landmark building in the City of Oxford and one of the oldest public Museums in the world. Its Collection contains artefacts from across the globe which illuminate elements of the human story; from the earliest civilisations right up to the modern day.
I was delighted to co-host the B4 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion live broadcast at the Ashmolean Museum. The purpose of the initiative was to help organisations and its people to thrive through putting a spotlight on this increasingly important topic.
With recent events understandably creating uncertainty in the minds of many, we asked representatives from Oxford Bus Company, Royal Cars and Westgate Shopping Centre to explain what measures they are taking to ensure that Oxford is Safe and Open.
It’s been a year like no other, and alongside the disruption to all our lives, one of the most obvious effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the way the dynamic of the relationships, and interactions, between businesses and their customers have profoundly changed.
One of the only constants in the Events sector is that it is always evolving. Exploring and demonstrating new and effective ways for people to connect with one another, share insights and engage in memorable ways is a major driver for all event curators.
The Ashmolean Museum in central Oxford welcomed over a hundred B4 Members and guests for an evening of informal networking and private tours, which included the Egypt, Italian Renaissance and the Founder’s Collection galleries.
Join author of The Classical Cookbook Sally Grainger as she shares her knowledge of classical Roman recipes adapted for the contemporary cook, painting a vibrant picture of wining and dining in the ancient world.