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Caterer Bartlett Mitchell has announced that it has launched Amuse Bouche, a series of virtual food and drink events devised by its chefs and food and entertainment experts.
The company explains that guests can choose from more than 10 packages, which can be tailored to their preferences and are designed for all events including virtual celebrations, awards ceremonies, induction training, and team-building days.
Interior design company Office Principles has completed work on the first phase of a £1.6 million office refurbishment in Birmingham that delivers antiviral lighting and air purifying systems across two buildings owned by Ergo Real Estate.
The fit-out has delivered contemporary office accommodation across the ground and nine upper floors of the two buildings, including new reception and common areas and features including exposed services, breakout spaces and communal meeting rooms.
Both properties have been fitted with FUZONE500, a lighting solution that harnesses antiviral and antibacterial properties to keep spaces clean and safe.
Accommodation provider HOST has launched a new three-year partnership with CriticalArc, creator of SafeZone, to enhance safety and support for staff and guests across its entire campus community.
Using SafeZone, HOST’s campus security team delivers a more rapid response to calls for assistance across all campus facilities to better support and assist guests and staff working remotely. Guests and staff can check in and use the service with the SafeZone mobile app, which puts them in immediate contact with the security control room.
The Platform Lift Company has launched a Platform Lift Protect Kit to provide business, education, hospitality and healthcare settings with healthier and more hygienic platform lifts. It includes touchless buttons, antimicrobial coating and an air purifier. All three solutions enhance cleaning procedures and help safeguard passengers from viruses and bacteria.
The air purifier rapidly and safely disinfects air within an enclosed platform lift, the touchless buttons limit contact and the antimicrobial coating provides continual sanitisation for up to 90 days at a time.