Category Archives: Business

Australia’s leading artisan experiences marketplace launches in UK

The UK-Australia travel corridor might not be on the horizon for a while yet, but that hasn’t stopped Australia’s ClassBento landing on UK shores. Today, Thursday 26th November, ClassBento launches its series of at-home artisan online classes and craft boxes here in the UK. ClassBento

Brent Cross to fully reopen on 2nd December

Following the Government announcement this week, Brent Cross has confirmed that it will fully reopen on 2nd December, and will be extending its opening hours throughout December. From the 14th December the centre will close at 9pm with many of the major stores such as

Serviced office provider WorkPad announces new appointments

Serviced office provider WorkPad has announced the appointment of Edward Griffin as CEO and Elliott Morley as COO. Morley previously led on the property and technological side of the business, while Griffin, an economist turned property professional, had been in charge of sales, marketing and

What to consider before you finally hit retirement

Retirement. It’s the light at the end of the tunnel. It’s what you work your entire life towards. All those early mornings, late nights, draining commutes and tiring weekends are leading up to the moment when you leave the office for the last time and

Siemens powers zero-emission double decker buses in London

In partnership with Tower Transit, a bus operator in London and part of the SeaLink Travel Group, Siemens Smart Infrastructure provided the charging infrastructure for 37 new fully-electric double decker buses in London. Westbourne Park garage, on the Great Western Road, is the operator’s first

New Brexit immigration rules are a Double Whammy for employers

Thousands of EU workers, that British businesses across the UK are depending on to help them recover when lockdown ends, are gone and will not return, say leading tax and advisory firm Blick Rothenberg. Robert Salter, a director at the firm, said: “The supply of


Leading South London developer Avanton and Thomas’s London Day Schools have gained planning consent to transform the Royal Academy of Dance headquarters, at 36 Battersea Square, into a new senior school, to be known as Thomas’s Battersea Square. The successful planning consent follows comprehensive pre-application consultation with the local community and key