Category Archives: Business

New weather-triggered ads show Londoners how to help rough sleepers

Giant billboards and digital advertising screens across the capital will be used to highlight the plight of people sleeping rough during the severe winter weather, as part of the Mayor Sadiq Khan’s continued campaign to help London’s homeless off the streets. The campaign, launched at

Donation helps London charity provide support for cancer patients

A North London-based charity which supports cancer patients has received a cash boost to help support its vital work. Maggie’s at the Cancerkin Centre received £984 from Persimmon Homes North London through the housebuilder’s Community Champions. Under the scheme, two groups or individuals are supported

A look inside Twenty Grosvenor Square, A Four Seasons Residence

Introduing Twenty Grosvenor Square, A Four Seasons Residence, the first ever standalone Four Seasons Private Residences. Located on one of London’s finest squares in the heart of Mayfair, the landmark address of historical significance will offer 37 luxurious residences, masterfully designed byFinchatton and serviced by Four Seasons with

The Latest Venture From Michelin Star Chef Rohit Ghai Opens at Boxpark Wembley

Koolcha, the highly anticipated casual dining venture from world-renowned chef Rohit Ghai, launches this weekend at Boxpark Wembley. This is the second venture from business partners Chef Rohit Ghai and Abhishake Sangwan who recently opened the well-received Kutir in Chelsea. Koolcha will be a 60 cover restaurant and one of only two dine-in

Two new directors join the board of ExtraMile Communications Ltd

The owners of ExtraMile Communications Ltd. – Gabrielle Hadley and Nick Evans – are delighted to announce that two new directors take their seats on the company’s board as of 1st February, 2019. James Roberts and Amanda Brooke who have been supporting the directors for

A look inside Asda’s equal pay loss at the Court of Appeal

Employees at supermarket chain Asda have won their latest equal pay claim at the Court of Appeal after judges ruled that employees’ roles in store were comparable to jobs in its distribution centres. The claim, thought to be worth millions of pounds, involves thousands of