In these unprecedented times, where the whole world is living under the shadow of COVID-19, Koru Media Ltd has made the difficult decision to furlough a number of its employees.
This means that all Koru Media printed products will be put on hold for the time being and not be published.
However, the decision has been made to continue on the digital side of things, with Buildingtalk. After consideration, we believe that, in these times, digital media really has a really important to play in ensuring that we get the news to you.
The website will continue to be updated and we will still be producing our newsletters; the current plan is to carry on publishing two a week, although this may be reduced to one if deemed necessary.
This situation will be under constant review but we can confirm that we will currently be continuing.
Thank you for your understanding and please, stay safe and stay healthy in these uncertain times.
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