Take your freelance business to the next level – hire a personal assistant
December 12, 2018 at 11:34 am
This profile of inspiring artist and fitness sensation Aly Harte shows what can be gained by making the small investment of hiring a PA for a growing home-based business. She hired a part-time PA and everything got better. Here’s her story. I catch up with Aly Harte while she’s preparing for an Art and Wine […]
Now taking bookings for your Christmas transport
November 15, 2018 at 10:57 am
Christmas Parties with colleagues, friends or family are part of the Christmas social calendar that everyone looks forward too. But who wants to be late or ruin their hairdo waiting for a cab when you can travel there in style and luxury in one of our vehicles Why not do something different this year and try […]
Take your freelance business to the next level – hire a personal assistant
October 25, 2018 at 1:42 pm
The best way to grow your business is to create a team; hire a PA to start with – this is advice that artist, entrepreneur, and fitness blogger Aly Harte (pictured) gained from listening to business podcasts. She hired a part-time PA and everything got better. Here’s her story. I catch up with Aly Harte […]
Email and Diary Management for the Lazy
October 2, 2018 at 12:39 pm
1. Inbox Management Inbox clearing This is the one step where you can’t be lazy, but have to set aside an afternoon (or more) to clear your inbox. Or you could get a Virtual Assistant to do it for you! If you’re looking to do it yourself, here is how to make it a little […]
A life in luxury lifestyle management
September 14, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Luxury lifestyle management positions are becoming increasingly common among high net worth individuals. People are seeing the value of one capable person to manage their lives and staff to give them back time and peace of mind. We spoke to Ronald Rodgers, former lifestyle manager for Tyra Banks, about what the role entails. ‘I was […]
How to return to work when the children start school
September 12, 2018 at 3:53 pm
I was a stay at home Mum. For the majority of my children’s early childhood, they were an extension of me. When they weren’t with me, I felt like a limb was missing. My husband and I made an active and joint decision that while he was working I would stay home full time with […]
Kingsbridge Chauffeurs help K2 Corporate Mobility ‘stray-over’ at Battersea Dogs Home
May 9, 2018 at 5:55 pm
At Kingsbridge, we love to give to worthy causes, especially local charities dear to our hearts.Recently we supported our friends at K2 Corporate Mobility who pushed themselves way out of their comfort zone. They spent a night out under the stars and in the cold to raise money for Battersea. Aptly named a ‘Stray over’, […]
Clownfish turns 9… An interview with The Big Fish!
April 5, 2018 at 11:20 am
Happy birthday to us! Clownfish Events is 9 today. Our big-hearted business has grown from a one-man-band to a bespoke event management company that designs, builds and manages events for some of the biggest and best-known brands in the world. The Clownfish story is one of imagination, aspiration, moments of madness and honest hard graft. To mark our […]
Sing, Speak, Stay – is this the formula for success?
January 29, 2018 at 9:20 pm
As I prepare content for my keynote speech at a sales conference next week, three main themes are emerging. Three elements which I believe are vital for success (at work and in life!)   Love what you do. Communicate well. Never give up.   I’ve come across three fabulous illustrations of those elements, from three […]
How to thank your clients with a wow gift!
November 14, 2017 at 10:30 pm
How to thank your clients and suppliers? A little gift can go a long way as long as it’s thoughtful and well planned. It can certainly be a difficult task, especially when you have to choose something that reflects both your customers’ preferences and the essence of your message. Here are our tips on making […]
What’s stopping you from making a career change?
September 21, 2017 at 10:16 am
It is often easier to stay in our current role than to make a change.  Until it isn’t. When the idea of doing the same job, or a more senior version of it, for the rest of your life fills you with “dread” – a word my clients use often – or you just can’t motivate yourself […]
RHC: Back to business – taking those first steps
September 10, 2017 at 6:04 pm
The RHC Back to Business programme recognizes there is a growing pool of talented and well educated women who all too often leave the workplace to raise a family and then lack the confidence or opportunity to find the role that utilises their talents and fulfils their ambitions.  Many of our members gave up careers to […]