With the average wedding now costing over £25,000, how can you make sure you include the magical ingredients that will make your wedding stand out from the rest?
Read on to find out how to make sure you’re wedding is magical for you and your guests.
We often get asked why we aren’t on Britain’s Got Talent and the answer is that we could have been but have actually turned them down – not once but 4 times. Find out why.
In 1989 BT introduced ‘Beattie” to the UK public using the talented comedienne Maureen Lipman. The catch phrase for her matriarchal character was ‘It’s good to talk’.
This approach remains a key tool that leaders can use to assess whether their safety culture is improving or not. Go out to where your people are working and ask them, talk with them. And if you genuinely care about what they think, they will tell you!
No other medium brings you face to face contact with your market like an exhibition does.
So once you’ve got your stand booked you now have an ideal opportunity to promote your products, services and company values. You can build and develop relationships with new and existing clients, educate visitors to your stand, demonstrate products and services and generate quality leads.
Here are a few fast facts to help you maximise your company’s impact at an exhibition.
As the Bride and Groom, it’s the most memorable day of your life. It’s only natural that you will want your guests to share in the magic of your wedding day and take away some cherished memories. here are some ideas to help ensure that everyone goes home happy.
“Communication Breakdown, It’s always the same; I’m having a nervous breakdown, Drive me insane!” – Led Zeppelin
Successful communication is an integral part of any group or team – whether it’s a school class or a FTSE 100 company – and yet it is so easy to get wrong. Here are a few tips for effective communication. (and keeping your sanity!