The clocks go forward in the UK at 1am on Sunday 29th March, signalling the start of British Summer Time (BST), and it means we lose an hour! But why does this happen?
In the last couple of weeks, many of us have started to work from home. Usually we’d do this on the odd occasion and it would seem like a novelty, but the prospect of doing it full time and indefinitely can take a bit of getting used to!
SpringTide have launched a programme whereby each year employees are encouraged to spend at least a few days supporting a charity of their choice, as well as nominating charities to receive donations.
The UK is due to officially leave the European Union on 29th March 2019 and it is still unclear whether a “no-deal” Brexit is a likely outcome; as a result, many suppliers and even consumers are stockpiling medicines, food and other “essentials”.
This year marks the 21st FIFA World Cup tournament which has taken place every 4 years since 1930 (excluding 1942 and 1946 due to the Second World War). Itis an international event that attracts more viewers than the Olympic Games and the final match often attracts roughly 700 million viewers; nearly one tenth of the world’s population! In light of this, it’s no surprise that the 2018 World Cup is predicted to generate around $6.4 billion of revenue.
With less than a year until the deadline for finalising Brexit negotiations, we have a look at the ways in which it could change your business.
Our latest updates:
– 12 month assignment completed for leading FTSE 100 organisation
– Recent appointment by a national speciality bakery
We are pleased to announce that we have been selected as a provider for G-Cloud 9; a digital market place hosting suppliers that can provide services to government departments, local authorities, not-for-profit organisations and Police forces.
June 15th marks National Beer Day – A day where Britain’s beers and pubs are celebrated and recognised as national treasures!
To celebrate British Sandwich week we look at how making a simple bacon sandwich can be used to demonstrate the various elements of the supply chain.