Associate Editor for the Leaders Council
Articles published by Richard Yarrick-Holmes - Page 7
FuseMetrix continues its support for the Leisure Industry
FuseMetrix has advised leisure companies across the UK to make use of secure online wavers in order to reduce the risk of liability and to help protect customers. This is the latest in several recent examples of the business management software group displaying its support for the sector.
EAP’s Steve Jones provides template for overcoming downturns as Rishi Sunak faces revolt
Rishi Sunak is battling to try and restore confidence in the economy, while at the same time some of his backbench Tory colleagues seem to be losing confidence in him. Meanwhile, in news that might prove inspirational for business leaders facing up to our current economic difficulties, we look at how Steve Jones and his firm EAP recovered from the recession in 2008.
Brown McFarlane proves the importance of having a strong team
Brown McFarlane administrator Katy Bloor saved the life of her colleague Duncan Nicolson after he went into cardiac arrest after slumping at his desk
Shrewsbury stresses importance of feedback as CGTech releases VERICUT 9.1
CGTech has announced the latest interation of their VERICUT software, version 9.1.
As Britain returns to the gym, Brio Leisure offers timely advice
Cheshire-based Brio Leisure have introduced a one-way system to make social distancing easier for their more than 79,000 leisure cardholders and members. They have also offered some much needed advice and encouragement for all those who might need it as they try and get their fitness goals back on track.
APB managing director stresses value of adaptability as civil service prepares for the worst
As news reaches us of emergency ‘doomsday’ planning in Whitehall, APB Group's managing director Andy Graham has stressed the value of reinvention and adaptability
Media Access Solutions eases concerns as film industry returns
Cineworlds across the country have today re-opened their doors as Disney’s Mulan and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet are finally released, while a number of big budget productions are already resuming filming. This is of crucial importance for firms like Media Access Solutions.
Adtentus MD and Heathrow CEO call on government to think again
Lisa Davies told the Leaders Council that it is time for government-backed business to be looked at in a new light. Meanwhile, Heathrow boss John Holland-Kaye has urged the government to rethink their current quarantine rules.
Total QSR ease restaurants’ concerns over re-opening
Since legally being allowed to do so on 4th July, restaurants across the country have been gradually re-opening across the country in a climate unlike anything any of them have ever known before. It is therefore crucial for the sector to know that firms like Total QSR are there to support them.
PRWD director unveils 7-point plan to help businesses
In a fascinating article, Paul Rouke, founder and director of the Cheshire-based customer insights experts PRWD has set out seven ways that his organisation will continue to help businesses in 2020 and beyond.
Thakor-Rankin: Diversity is not sufficient, inclusion is key
Christina Thakor-Rankin, the co-founder of the All-in Diversity Project, has called on the gaming and gambling industries to strive for inclusion as well as diversity.
More good news for SMEs in Kent as Shaikh and Co come in for praise
Following on from our recent story about Locate In Kent offering free consultancy to SMEs in the county, comes the news that Tunbridge Wells-based accountants Shaikh & Co have received a raft of positive reviews from their customers.
Locate In Kent to offer free consultancy to businesses as part of new recovery service
Businesses in Kent could benefit from up to twelve hours of free consultancy from business advisors and industry experts as part of Locate in Kent’s new Future Forward business recovery support service.
Performance Entertainment and other firms buoyed as big picture filming resumes
Next month will see Vue and Cineworld re-open their doors as Disney’s Mulan and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet are finally released, while a number of big budget productions are already resuming filming. This will provide relief for Performance Entertainment among other companies.
British Leaders suggest the office still has a future
Matthew O’Neill, host of The Leaders Council’s ‘Leading the Debate’ podcast series spoke with a number of leadership figures who suggested it may well be too early to read the office its last rites.