The Friday Lockdown Show ran from April - July 2020. Over the 12 episode series guests were provided with business relevant informative and upbeat stories to help them through the covid-19 pandemic.
With a mix of specialist speakers, information and good news from business, the web show was designed to keep viewers connected, up to date with the latest information to help them in their businesses.
Over the course of the series the show:
- gave a platform to 143 speakers
- shared 48 good news stories
- showcased 172 local businesses and organisations
- welcomed 1,486 guests
The show is avaiable to watch back on our YouTube channel here and has been viewed more than 1,000 times.
Visit for useful practical information on a range of topics including HR, employment law, marketing, recruitment, job seeking, health and safety, COVID safe workplace and more....
FEEDBACK ON THE FRIDAY LOCKDOWN SHOW:
Well done guys. The Exeter Chamber Lockdown Show has become a regular fixture for a large part of the business community and has ensured the week is completed positively! I for one will miss it! Lyndsey Skinner, Cathedral Appointments
Looking forward to the last in the series! Well done Exeter Chamber for getting the shows together. And thanks to Matt Young, Alex Wren and Lisa Vanstone for all their hard work on each episode. The Friday Lockdown Show has done a great job of keeping the Exeter business community connected and informed. Jonathan Alder, Alder and Alder
Well planned and well executed, well done everyone excellent all the way through. Roz Woodward, Securious
Congrats on a fab project guys and see you again in the autumn ☺️ seeing your face on a Friday was a comfort Matt 🙌 Jennifer Corcoran, My Super Connector
Well done guys, its been an honour to be a part of. Matthew Cousins, Apex Scaffolding
This week’s Directors Take from Laura McFadyen, Chamber board director and partner at Stephens Scown Solicitors:
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