Our latest leadership roundup brings news of two successful building projects, a quick response to Covid-19, and advice on starting a new business and moving an existing business onto the cloud.
The Cube Disability act fast to stop the spread
The Cube Disability, which has five sites across Northamptonshire, showed how swift action can make all the difference in the fight against Covid-19.
When they were alerted to the news that two of their clients had attended another provider where there had been confirmed cases, the care provider, which is led by Jelena Milic, took the decision to close their Kettering and Daventry sites.
The two clients in question did not end up testing positive and the sites were opened again last week, with no confirmed cases of Covid-19 across any of the Cuber Disablity’s sites.
Taylor French announces completion and handover of two projects
The award-winning Buckinghamshire-based house builders, Taylor French, are celebrating a successful end to the summer with the completion of two housing developments.
The Coppice Farm development in High Wycombe, which consists of five upmarket properties for the private rental market, was handed over to Red Kite Housing.
While the Solway Road development in Luton which comprises fifteen houses, three of which are designated as affordable, and a community centre, was handed over to Foxhall Homes and Luton Council.
Garrod Beckett helps you punderstand how to start a new business
Paul Garrod’s Essex-based accountancy firm has a reputation for helping to make complex financial issues easy for the layperson to understand.
In their latest blog post, they go over the five key things to bear in mind when starting your own business. And, colourful as ever, they couldn’t resist a few halloween puns. ‘Soul trader’, ‘The lifeblood of your business,’ you get the idea. But we hope this doesn’t scare you off because it’s a genuinely useful guide.
ISUMO provides insight into cloud hosting
Mike Newell’s ISUMO are renowned for their ability to design, build and support complex network infrastructures. It is therefore no surprise that they have felt it necessary to offer their advice to the thousands of businesses who are currently in the process of embracing cloud hosting.
In a comprehensive blog post, ISUMO clearly and concisely explains the differences between a shared cloud, a private cloud and co-located hosting. It is a must-read for anyone looking to move parts of their business onto the cloud.