As we enter a new year, I want to talk about the importance of balance, perspective, support and productivity and I’m here to make the case that family must come first in business. Hear me out.
For your business to truly thrive, it must be built on strong foundations. This does not only mean having a well thought out business plan, but ensuring that you are able to bring your best self to your business every day.
If you take a look at any of my businesses, and you know what my influences in business are, you’ll see how much I’ve taken from the world around me and used it as an inspiration to build.
Throughout my career, I’ve been lucky enough to witness almost everything that could happen to a business throughout my careers.
Running a business is no easy thing. For the past 18 years, I’ve been on that journey of entrepreneurship.
As I gazed into my crystal ball a few weeks ago it struck me that vaccine passports were the future.
My final column of 2020 is in two parts. In this first part, I reflect on what a strange year we’ve had – picking out some of the highlights from an information law perspective
With the first UK lockdown coming with little advanced warning, furlough and other Government financial support schemes were initiated quickly and not a lot of guidance was readily available on the finer details.
Last week the UK Government u-turned on its recommendation for employees to return to the office and the official position is now that employee’s should work from home ‘if they can’.