We are pre-programmed to love a good legacy; the Kennedys, Princess Diana, Nelson Mandela, Steve Jobs – from politics to humanitarianism, industry to showbiz, a legacy can be so many things, but above all else, it leaves a lasting contribution. In its less flattering iteration however, a legacy is an outdated way of doing things. … Continue reading Why modern businesses should do away with legacy thinking
This week the UCLH cancer collaborative launched the first pilot project of an NHS ovarian cancer surveillance service for women who carry a faulty BRCAS gene and have chosen not to have their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. This is the first time that this technology has been piloted as an NHS service and heralds … Continue reading First ever NHS ovarian cancer early detection service pilot announced
There has been quite a bit of news about the contraction of discretionary spending this summer. The UK economy is showing its greatest signs of strain since 2012 we are told. Batten down the hatches and prepare for a stormy ride’ is the subtext; we’re heading for a world of a little less luxury. However, … Continue reading Why Love Island gives an indication of asset finance trends
"To us it’s all about value; giving clients value in the service that we offer, and offering both positive experiences and business solutions when it comes to asset finance. I used to have a friend who would get very competitive about gadgets - televisions in particular; he had to have the latest, the best, the … Continue reading The law of diminishing returns
Chairman Jason Nickels explains why he loves the Salcombe Estuary Rowing Club so much.
Pebbles has been a proud member of Salcombe’s business community for more than 13 years, now employing 40 permanent employees as well as a large number of seasonal employees, and in 2017 the company is cementing its commitment with a major renovation of premises on Island Street as a home for the company’s future. As … Continue reading Pebbles invests in new premises in Salcombe
Only Interim discusses the importance of contracting for growing businesses.
In search of the exquisite, the team behind Brummells of London went on a winter trip to New York and channelled their explorer roots, discovering it on foot. As they wandered through the brownstones, the high rises and the monuments, they found a world of coffee, character and creativity. READ MORE
Nearly a third of the population in the UK suffers from insomnia, but it seems that could all be helped by spending more time outdoors in natural light. Dr Kenneth Wright has published a study that shows a weekend out camping resets the clock inside our bodies that influences sleeping habits. Now while camping might … Continue reading Spend time outside to help you sleep
How to be an agile, responsive business that can roll with the punches.