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January 3, 2019
New Years Honours List featured
03
Jan

544 women receive awards in the New Year’s Honours List 2019

544 women have received awards in the New Year’s Honours List for 2019 – making up 47 per cent of the list.  A number of prominent women are being recognised on the list, including a damehood for Jayne-Anne Gadhia, Chief Executive Officer, Virgin Money, for services to financial services and women in the financial services;...
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Charlotte Bablier featured
03
Jan

Inspirational Woman: Charlotte Balbier | Founder, Charlotte Balbier Bridal & All The Pretty

In 2002 I founded and created the bridal brand Charlotte Balbier bridal after identifying a gap in the UK market. For more than 15 years I grew the brand into an award-winning and leading UK designer bridal label with a stockist list over 60 bridal boutiques, plus I had the pleasure of dressing thousands of...
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03
Jan

New year, new focus: How to build a career-boosting network in 2019!

Welcome to a new year and a fresh start. Working day-to-day or building a business can be a rough endeavour sometimes. Finding the right balance and keeping everything moving in the right direction is not always easy. The good thing is that if you are well networked, you don’t have to go it alone. There...
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03
Jan

Advice for setting up a small business

In the UK, the idea of setting up your own business is greatly appealing. Surveys have found the seven out of 10 of us have pondered with the idea, while four out of five 16-21-years-olds would like to be their own boss. In 2017, there were 5.7 million private sector businesses, representing a four per...
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making the most of holiday featured
03
Jan

Make your leave days work for you in 2019

We all know the benefits of a healthy work-life balance by now: improved mental and physical wellbeing, a better social life, increased creativity, productivity, job satisfaction and more. But with a quarter of Brits working more than 40 hours a week, we still have a long way to go. According to a survey by PaymentSense, 38 per...
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