May/June Update

Heading into month 4 of the pandemic, at least in Europe, the world is slowly returning to life. Football has restarted, shops are reopening and beaches are packed. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if any of those are bad ideas. We have certainly become accustomed to wearing masks whilst out and about. I refuse to comment on whether or not I am enjoying looking like a villain from a cowboy movie (of course I am). At Sourcepulp, things have been ticking away behind the scenes. New ways of working, new weekly event and a new house. Up next on Sourcepulp!

We have recently taken up a new contract that Francis is heading. Whilst negotiating the perils of acclimatising to a new contract, Francis has also found strength to buy a house! Whilst Francis is taking his turn to move, Will has settled in nicely to his new home. Rumours of Pimms on the lawn with the local Vicar that lives next door are heating up. A Lancaster spin-off of Midsummer Murders may yet be afoot!

I have recently returned to work at the office. This is sadly a much less risky prospect than it may appear however. I am the only one that works here… DEATH DEFYING!

We continue to work towards launching the new website. It is complete bar a couple of minor tweaks so we expect to launch in the coming weeks. Complaints from Directors that a screenshot provided of the company logo contained a cursor arrow fell on deaf ears. I had a stern conversation with myself about this. A constructive meeting. We got a lot done.

One thing we have changed in the last month is the implementation of a weekly team meeting. We’ve already found it a valuable experience, allowing us to stay current and up to date on the comings and goings in the various contracts and projects that Sourcepulp has going at the moment.

That’s all for this installment! Check in next time to find out what the rest of the summer has in store for us. Hopefully, not as much heat. Sadly, almost certainly more of it!

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