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Now more than ever it is important to make your holidays different from other provdiers

There has been a lot of noise around what life post-pandemic is going to be like. We’ve all heard or taken part in the discussions about home working versus being in the office, about whether festivals, marathons and theatres will ever look the same again, and about whether in business we will ever go back to the age-old handshake to greet someone! As you may know, the handshake is said to have come from a time when most people carried some form of weapon, and so putting your hands together in a handshake was a way to demonstrate that you didn’t have any intention of causing harm. Now, it seems the handshake is being eschewed for much the same reason – a strange turn of events.

For those of us who have been on furlough or not at work during this period of upheaval, there may have been a sort of ‘all bets are off’ feeling that leads to the odd glass of wine on a Wednesday, a wild hair colouring experiment or an impulsive online shopping buy. This is a natural human response – when the world is a little bit crazy, we feel compelled to adapt to the new normal and throw caution to the wind! Eventually of course we remember that we don’t like our hair bright green and that we already have six decorative planters – and so a sense of normality begins to restore itself, though things never truly go back to how they were (especially in terms of hair colour…).

A similar thing is happening in business. In this arena, though, that ‘all bets are off’ feeling is less likely to lead to a hair disaster and much more likely to get us thinking about adapting our services and activities to the new landscape. Taking advantage of a time when everyone is on the back foot to make changes to the intricacies of your service so that there are no disasters when you open is a great way to fire up and get started again.

We have a wide range of activity consultancy packages available through our ‘Get Back In2action’ scheme which might just give you the inspiration and support you need to adapt, overcome and create your own ‘new normal’.

What our clients say

What our clients say
In2action has transformed our children's and family activity provision. They've worked in partnership with us to develop a product, which has become an integral part of the Canvas Holidays experience. It's great to be associated with such an enthusiastic and vibrant company.
Sandy Gibbons
Operations Director, Canvas Holidays
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