Posts Tagged: chillisauce

How do I know if my money is safe when I book an event?

Following the collapse of
Weekends Direct and many customers worried that they have paid for a weekend
away and they have now lost their money with no chance of a refund I would like
to try and clarify how and when you should be protected.

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Keeping customer’s money safe, how and when you should do it.

Current legislation
around how companies should protect their customers’ money is extremely complex
and in the light of the debate that the demise of Weekends Direct has created I
thought I would share what I have learned in making sure that we are fully
compliant.

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Twitter – I still don’t get it?

Can you help me, I have seen all the fuss about Twitter and do not really get it, normally I am the first to jump on any new ideas,but just to check I was not missing something I re-read some of the great posts on this site and others, I consulted my cool friends, my geek friends and even people I just sat next to on the train and nobody has really managed to explain to me why it is so great.

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Team Building, Green Building, Kit Cars and much more

Over the last couple of weeks I have been out with our team
testing and refining some of our favourite events. Although I get the
opportunity to regularly see all of our events it is not that often that we
take part as a whole team and as if we are clients – it is easy to forget how
competitive I am…

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Don’t stop motivating your staff

BT have just published an interesting research document by YouGov that underlines the importance of teamwork in the current climate, I am trying to find the original source (please let me know if you know where it is! got a copy and posted it on our team building site) but in the meantime here is an excerpt and a link to more details:

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