Congratulations to the England Rugby Team’s valiant performance at the Rugby World Cup, and to the England Women’s Football Team who played at Wembley for the first time since 2014 cheered on by 80k supporters! There’s nothing quite like sport to bring a nation together.
The current uncertain times seem to have had a negative impact on many UK businesses but Multitech has had a great year. The clocks changing have once again triggered a very busy time for us and we continue to receive a steady stream of enquiries.
Many thanks to our existing clients for their continued support and to new clients for whom we are now installing temporary electrics and temporary lighting: Multitech is in high demand!
Going Blue for World Diabetes Day
Multitech will once again be going blue for World Diabetes Day on 14th November to raise awareness and help to create a world without type 1 diabetes. Since inception, Multitech has been a supporter of the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) a UK registered charity. To find out more about the JDRF visit https://jdrf.org.uk/ #GoBlue
The Multitech Annual Safety Conference & Training Day
We are putting the finishing touches to the plans for our Safety Conference and Training Day taking place on Thursday 2nd January 2020. Multitech remains the only UK temporary site services company to hold such an event, which brings together our site staff from all regions for a day of refresher training and information dissemination. The highlight of the day will be a presentation by a very special guest speaker!
Christmas & New Year Shutdown
Multitech will be closed and site staff on annual leave from Tuesday 24th December to Wednesday 1st January 2020. Our offices will re-open on Thursday 2nd January 2020 with our electricians and plumbers returning to site on Friday 3rd January due their attendance being required at the Multitech Safety Conference (details above).
As the year rapidly draws to a close, we would like to thank our clients for their support and for making 2019 another fantastic year. Fingers crossed the UK’s political shenanigans will settle down after the December general election (we can but hope!?) resulting a positive start to 2020 for everyone. Wishing you and yours all the best for Christmas and the New Year.