Do You Eat Lunch At Your Desk? A Nutritionist’s Guide To Why This Is Bad For Your Health!

With increasing workloads and the pressure to meet deadlines, more office workers are now eating meals at their desk, making ‘desktop dining’ a common scenario in the workplace. This can also extend to a similar phenomenon in the home. For example, perhaps you eat in front of the computer whilst working, or maybe you eat …

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Extension Of COVID Insolvency Rules Offers Relief But Distressed Businesses Must Seek Help

  As many of the Coronavirus restrictions are to remain in place until July 19th 2021, the government plans to extend some of the temporary COVID insolvency rules to support struggling businesses.   Award-winning South West accountancy firm Milsted Langdon say an extension to the measures is welcome, but warn that businesses in distress still …

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Are You Sustainably Comfortable Or Motivated By Sustainability?

  Although Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reporting is still a mainstay for many businesses to demonstrate their responsible business and sustainability credentials, a more connected world has enabled those with passion, background, commitment, and means, to spread awareness and educate us in the many aspects of sustainability.   For instance, those in the social enterprise …

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Cyber Essentials: The Ultimate Guide For SMEs

If protecting your business from cybercrime seems complicated, confusing, and expensive, you might prefer to ignore the risks and hope that the cybercriminals never come knocking on your door. Unfortunately, the risks to your business are just too big to overlook! SMEs are being specifically targeted by cybercriminals, and a cyberattack would be more than …

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Breaking Down Barriers To Healthcare And COVID Vaccinations

The Women’s Centre Cornwall (TWCC) has supported a flagship multi-agency vaccination day at the Minorca Lane site in Bugle, St Austell, which for many years has had a ‘no go area’ reputation. Project Aims The multi-agency approach meant that many people with no previous access to health services were not only offered their COVID vaccinations, …

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QUAY Book Review: Entrepreneur Revolution By Daniel Priestley

Are you ready for a revolution? Not a global revolution, just a small personal revolution. According to Entrepreneur Revolution by Daniel Priestley, the global shift is already happening, and this book sets out to change both you and your mindset – preparing you to take full advantage of a ‘brave new world’ that is taking …

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How Do The Creative Industries Contribute To The UK Economy?

Over the past year, the government – guided by the current Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak – has encouraged creatives who lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic to retrain in other professions. Posters that suggest ballerinas, artists, and musicians should seek another form of work instead of receiving support from the government, …

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How Does Your Garden Grow: What Is The Future For Leadership?

Over the past year, we have seen global examples of leadership. Some have been impressive, others less so. Many were decisive, and many were timid. Sometimes people stepped up, while others who should have led, dropped out of sight when things got hard. It has certainly been a testing time, and leaders have had to …

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Bombay Express Prepares To Bounce Back With A SMART New Approach

The beloved and long-established Bombay Express Indian restaurant is revolutionising our nation’s attitude towards Asian cuisine right here in the English Riviera. Bombay Express has long been at the heart of Torbay’s local community, with the proprietor and his family amassing 36 years of Asian culinary excellence in the Torbay area. But it has not …

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In A Virtual First World Presentation Design Matters!

Almost everyone you know will have attended at least one virtual meeting in the last 12 months, and some will have given presentations using only slides and their webcam. The COVID-19 pandemic has driven us towards a more virtual world, and with Zoom calls, meetings on Microsoft Teams, and even virtual social events, we’re becoming …

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Devon Youth Chamber Brass Launched To Support Young Musicians

Musical Group Devon Youth Chamber Brass Founded To Support Young Musicians In The South-West A new musical group, Devon Youth Chamber Brass, has been founded to support young musicians in the Devon area. This new and exciting musical organisation was created by British composer and brass educator, Sam Massey. He is also the musical director …

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4 Reasons To Migrate To Microsoft Azure

  First, let’s clarify what the Azure platform is. Released back in 2008, Microsoft Azure is a flexible public Cloud service platform that enables your business to build, deploy, and manage applications and services on the Cloud. It supports a broad selection of operating systems, programming languages, frameworks, tools, databases, and devices. Azure can supplement …

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Bringing Your Business Out Of Lockdown: A Copywriter’s Perspective

So, Lockdown 3 is (hopefully) coming to an end, restrictions are starting to ease, and businesses are considering their plans for the future. For many, the last year has been difficult, with furlough, closures, and significant restrictions to deal with – alongside a whole lot of uncertainty, and the uncertainty at least looks set to …

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The Impact Of Redundancy On Managers And Team Members

How many people managers within sales teams have been trained to have conversations about redundancy? The figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) make for grim reading, with UK unemployment levels at a three-year high of 5% for the period between November 2020 to January 2021. Companies have started to lay off staff, and …

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