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Author: Zoe Moss

‘Best of luck (in these times)’…they said aloud or silently in their heads!  Having incorporated the business in early February, we then changed our job titles on LinkedIn and gained overwhelming support and encouraging words from our amazing network. (Thank you so much for that.) Our venture sparked interest from colleagues, peers and friends alike and it was exciting to see the huge volume of traffic flow through the newly launched Cast website. Although we got heaps of support, we gulped because we knew the spread of Covid-19 was gaining momentum around the world and the UK response was beginning to look uncertain. It was a sobering moment because navigating an existing solid business through a global pandemic is one thing, but to start a new one, could be the craziest and daftest idea we’ve ever had! When our Prime Minister addressed the nation and shut the

So, as the fragility of the human race rightly sits at the forefront of our minds, after a few days at home there is a stark realisation that it is not only the human race that is fragile.  Our construction industry, which is integral to the UK GDP, sits in the precarious balance of a pending and arguably inevitable stand still. The lack of predictability to establish the duration of disruption and associated consequences, is potentially the most frightening factor, outside of the loss of life. The priority must be preserving life, shoring up the NHS and quelling panic amongst the masses (in that order!) but as the dust settles over these coming days we need to ask the government to consider carefully what a mandated shutdown means for our industry?  BoJo did not provide that clarity for us last night and it has led to

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