There are many perks to starting your own small business. For example, you get to work for yourself, create a flexible schedule, broaden your skill set, and grow at your own pace. But being an entrepreneur is hard, and when you’ve suffered setbacks in the past, it can be especially daunting to think of taking on the responsibilities and uncertainties of launching your own business.
As announced by the Prime Minister on Monday 4 January 2021, national lockdown measures are now in place across England. Following the announcement, it has been confirmed that film and TV production can continue, while adhering to safety protocols.
Following the UK Government’s announcement on 31 October that a second England-wide lockdown will commence on 5th November 2020, it has been confirmed that film and TV production can continue, while adhering to safety protocols.
OH! Films six crew team worked closely for the past few months with the University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering on the world record for the number of people playing the same piano at the same time which has been broken by 88 primary school children, as part of a project thought up by Cambridge engineers.
As business owners, leaders, and most importantly people, we are all going through a tough time right now. There are a lot of uncertainties in both our personal lives and business.
Are you planning to cancel travel arrangements for industry conferences? If so, then you’re not alone. Recently, many trade shows converted their onsite plans into virtual events. Facebook cancelled its F8 software developer conference. Google switched to a virtual event for Google Cloud Next 2020. Plus, the city of Austin, Texas axed SXSW. The coronavirus has people scrapping travel itineraries and signing up for online sessions. Instead of a crowded expo floor, they watch live product demos from their homes or offices.
Even with a Covid-19 lockdown in place, we can still film. Here’s how we can create high-quality video content without jeopardising anyone’s health