Companies have been preparing for workers to return to the office in England – but is a return to the office based 9-5 the right way of approach?
Read any guide on the best way to market your business and you’re bound to find social media high up the list — and sometimes, the only thing on the list.
As the country returns to some degree of normality, so the drive to create jobs and tackle the current high levels of unemployment steps up a gear.
Everything is different now, the way we work, shop and learn. Within business, brands have had to take a major step back, reassess their practices and review how they engage with customers.
By now, we all know that getting back to “normal” will, for many people, not involve going back to work in the way we did before Covid-19 hit.
The loss of mental capacity of a director, partner or shareholder could be devastating for a business unless there are the necessary safeguards in place.
Elliot Perales, co-founder and CEO of high-end menswear and interiors marketplace Bombinate has helped, and is helping, many small European brands enter the UK market.