In times like this it’s always hard to know what is the best course of action is when it comes to communications, and the fear is that it may be interpreted as insensitive during what is a globally concerning time.
We wish to ensure that all of our content, be it on social media, via our Journal or simply in our everyday emails is respectful, but also uplifting. We see it as our role, perhaps it’s the industry in which we work, to bring some light relief to your news feeds.
Social media, like it or loathe it, is going to have a huge role in the coming weeks and whilst we are acutely aware, both from our own immediate economic and humanitarian perspective, and that of the wider world, the impact the virus is going to have, we believe it’s important to continue to share engaging content pieces.
Taylor Howes has always been known for championing Great British craft. Now, more than ever, we want to profile some of the small in size but not in talent, artisans, craftspeople and suppliers who we work with, who with little spotlight and small followings face the potential to slip away during this time. We encourage those in our industry with big followings to do the same.
To that end, normal content will resume on the Taylor Howes feed. We will be sharing some tips and advice for being at home for extended periods of time and we would like to hear from you.
Should you feel there is a small business within the interior design industry that needs support and profiling, we would love to tell their story on our Journal and to promote them via social media.
Click here to contact the Taylor Howes PR Team