8 Feb 2021
The wedding sector has been paralyzed by restrictions caused by COVID-19, with three-quarters of businesses reporting a 75% loss to revenues (UK Weddings Survey). However, with couples showing trends towards rearranging weddings instead of cancelling them the sector is asking for a clear roadmap and financial support bridge (of £680 million). This will increase confidence in the sector once again. This is a small ask for an industry that will contribute £25 billion for the UK economy in 2021 alone (Open Air Business).
The UK Wedding Task Force has been making amazing progress getting the Government to listen to our sector. As a response to their campaigning and conversations with the government;
We hope that the government listens to their requests and includes our industry in the upcoming roadmap and gives much-needed support.
To find out more about the progress of The UK Wedding Taskforce, click here.
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