As part of our client spotlight series we talked to Exe Nordic Walking, who have been a Cartridges Law client since 2019.
We asked how 2020 has been for them and what the future looks like.
Tell us about yourself
Exe Nordic Walking is a new small business launched in January 2020. Sue Holden, the owner, is an INWA certified Nordic Walking Instructor who teaches Nordic Walking technique and leads weekly Nordic Walks in Exeter’s green open spaces.
When did you become a Cartridges Law client?
How have our business team helped you?
Leanne Yendell wrote the Terms and Conditions for Exe Nordic Walking and Covid-19 Acknowledgement and Waiver as part of the PARQ form completed by clients.
What challenges have you faced in the past few months and how did you overcome them?
It’s been interesting, launching in January. Lockdown/shutdown. But, as soon as we could meet another person from a different household, clients wanted to start walking one to one. As time went on small groups started walking. I am now exempt from the rule of 6 but have decided to keep groups to 6 people for the comfort of everyone. It is hard not knowing what is around the corner….
Where do you see the business in five years’ time?
Nordic Walking in more locations along the River Exe
What is your best piece of advice for similar businesses to yours?
Invest money and time in getting everything in place before launching.
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Cartridges Law Business Team
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