Updated (1 June 2020):
We are back at the office working at a fitting speed with both internal and external meetings. We continue to take the government's safety measures seriously and have set up different regulations to ensure everyone's safety and well-being when working at or visiting Kontrapunkt.
Statement (March 2020):
On Thursday the 12th of March, Denmark entered a new phase in combatting the spread of COVID-19. Measures include the closure of many government functions (incl. schools and nurseries) as well as an appeal to Danish businesses to keep the economy strong albeit the current conditions.
To ensure we help flatten the epidemiological curve, Kontrapunkt has encouraged all employees to work from home until mid-April. To further limit the risk, all meetings with clients and collaborators in that period will be held virtually through video conferencing.
Despite the somewhat unusual conditions, we will be fully operational and our team will continue to work on projects with both existing and new clients. We have offices in Copenhagen and Tokyo and many overseas clients and are used to working and meeting virtually. Something we will now be practicing with our Scandinavian clients too.
Kontrapunkt will remain agile and focus on delivering client work that excites people and inspires change. All the while doing our bit to help society cope with this pandemic.
So, stay safe and see you online.
Any updates to the above measures will be shared as the situation evolves.
If you have any questions in regards to the above, please reach out to COO, Johan Lawaetz.