Clocks moving forward signify an important transformation for any Finance professional……the start of the new financial year! I always feel the new financial year comes with excitement as we start afresh with budget projections, evolve the business strategy and build upon our previous years’ ac
I was supposed to be writing this blog about the clocks changing and how we are all looking forward to summer, whilst looking back on the last financial year and preparing to start a new one.
I would imagine this is what Wadworth and Company Limited (“the Company”) will be doing, given its recent successful trade mark registration for its new golden ale, “Game of Stones”.
It all started with a letter marked Cabinet Office at the end of November. At first, and thirty first, reading it seemed to be informing me that the Prime Minister was minded to recommend me to the Queen for an MBE. Unless this wasn’t agreeable to me.
It may seem strange that Jacksons has decided to put out this blog today, on 10th March when we all know that International Women’s Day was last Friday, 8th March but there is a reason for this, and that reason is not that we are running late!
International Women’s Day has grown so much in recen
This week we are focusing on National Apprenticeship Week which runs from 4th to 8th March 2019. This is the 12th National Apprenticeship Week which the Government has promoted and this year its focus is to demonstrate how apprentices can “blaze a trail” in an organisation.
This week, Trainee Emily Robertson looks back at her time as a student and the volunteering work she did whilst studying at university.
You may have seen in the headlines recently that one missing word has caused a whole heap of trouble in the world of cyber currency; the owner of Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange sadly dying quite unexpectedly, and taking with him to his grave the password to access £145 million of inve
In the country’s most deprived areas, more than a third of adults lack the literacy expected of an 11-year-old. This undermines their well-being and stops them making a full contribution to our economic and cultural life.
Unless you have been in hibernation for the past year, you will have seen in the news recently that the United Kingdom may, or may not, be leaving the European Union on the 28th March 2019. The UK withdrawal is commonly known as “Brexit.
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