2021 Year Round Up
We are now entering the last few weeks of 2021 and what a year it has been so far. Nearly everyone has had to make an adjustment in their life somewhere and business owners have had to make more than anyone. In all the turmoil, we do need to switch off from time to time whether it is simply sitting down with a good book and a pack of Jaffa Cakes to nibble on, (are they cakes or actually biscuits in disguise?) or getting outside for some fresh air. If it’s the latter that appeals, why not follow me on the STRAVA app, log your walks and join the Essendon challenge of doing an hour’s walk or activity per day.Continue reading…
Freedom Day is here!
The 19th July has arrived and there is a lot going on for businesses. With the effects of Brexit, furlough withdrawal, supply chain issues, and cash flow challenges, ‘Freedom Day’ is a welcome moment in this pandemicContinue reading…
Employee Spotlight – Matthew Brown
What does a day in the life of Matthew look like?Continue reading…
Kirsty Parris on the Red Sofa
Kirsty takes a seat on the Red Sofa and talks about her business, Andromeda Business ConsultingContinue reading…
Terry Kendhammer on the Red Sofa
Terry takes a seat on the Red Sofa and talks about Bubble Creative Solutions, the digital marketing agency.Continue reading…
Rachel Brushfield on the Red Sofa
Rachel takes a seat on the Red Sofa and talks about helping her clients to liberate more of their talent.Continue reading…
Andrew Franklin on the Red Sofa
Andrew Franklin takes a seat on
the Red Sofa and talks about his
‘Business Help Series’
Sarah Canning Franklins Solicitors
Sarah Canning takes a seat on the
Red Sofa to talk about Franklins
and her work as a solicitor.
Tristan Allen room44
Tristan Allen takes a seat on the
Red Sofa to talk hidden trends and
explores new markets.
Jo & Anthony The Kitchen & Indulgence
Jo and Anthony take a seat on the
Ann Brebner Time For You
Ann Brebner from Time For You
takes a seat on the Red Sofa.
Sam Poole Mum 2 Mum
Our first Red Sofa interview with
Mum 2 Mum founder Sam Poole.