GV Multimedia and COVID-19: Business as usual

17th March 2020
In light of the recent Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, we would like to reassure you that all operations at GV Multimedia are continuing as usual. We are following the situation closely and taking on board government advice. You will be informed of any changes to our business operations as a result of the outbreak.

As a company, we are exercising the necessary precautions as outlined by the major health authorities including the NHS, and WHO. During this crisis, our utmost priority is the health and wellbeing of all of our people – including our external team of engineers, project managers, the sales teams, and all that work in the offices and warehouses. We are also prioritising the welfare of our customers and taking their own guidelines on board when on site.

This means that you can still expect our phonelines to be open, our emails to be responsive, and our teams to be on site to carry out works.
We wish you all the best in these times of difficulty and that your colleagues and loved ones remain in good health.

10th March 2020
Although the coronavirus COVID-19 is showing signs of becoming established in parts of Europe, we currently have relatively few confirmed cases in the UK. GV is monitoring the situation and is prepared to undertake proportionate actions if they become necessary. The safety of our employees, clients and consumers, as well as the communities in which we operate are our utmost priority.

We continue to follow the highest safety and hygiene standards and to comply with actions and advice from national or local government and the World Health Organisation.
We are aware that at some stage the virus outbreak may have a temporary impact on our ability to operate our services in some areas. We are working to minimise any disruptions to our clients and consumers. We are not aware at this time of any potential impact to our supply chain.

Health and safety is always our first priority. We have implemented the following measures to help:

- Distributing hygiene guidelines to our employees
- Having sanitisers and gloves available
- Minimising business travel
- Avoiding, where appropriate, large face to face meetings
- We also actively encourage our people to avoid travelling to affected areas where possible and they are required to inform management if they are planning to visit known outbreak areas, or may have visitors from such areas
- Encouraging people to stay home or work remotely if they have direct contact with a known sufferer, or suspect they have had and feel unwell. In which case they should follow advice and call NHS 111

We continue to monitor the situation and will update this statement and affected clients or personnel in the event of any changes. If you have any questions please email

Daniel Abrahams
Joint Managing Director