Staying focused in a co-working environment is very important. Changes in work practices, largely driven by technological advancements in the business environment, mean that video conferencing replaces travel and that collaborative work can happen even from opposite sides of the globe. Hence, traditional models are no longer the only, or indeed most suitable, approach to … Continue reading Staying focused in a coworking environment
London is the first choice for over a fifth of graduates looking for their dream career.
I find with offices that I am more than a little picky, you think that all you want are a few simple basics but it turns out that none of the shared or small office providers want to provide what you want in the way you want it
I read recently on Buffer that; According to Dr. David Agus, five or more hours of sedentary sitting is the health equivalent of smoking a pack and a quarter of cigarettes. Scary…. Reading, writing and creating on a computer makes for big chunks of sedentary time. You are probably reading this post sitting down right … Continue reading Surviving a Sedentary Job
Anyone who’s ever worked in a drab office, lastly decorated in circa 1980, will tell you that being in an environment like that is about as inspiring as mopping a kitchen floor. But there is a simple thing you can do to help make your working environment more Google Office than Council Office: colour! You … Continue reading Make a Small Change
Whether you like it or not, it’s impossible to get away from the exciting atmosphere that covers one of the most famous and welcoming cities in the world.
The week before Christmas saw the inaurgural Purple Patch Foosball Championship