Riding to the economic rescue

By Alistair Kellie, Managing Partner Two years ago I wrote about how cycling was replacing golf as the networking activity of choice and how levels of cycling would soar (‘Active Networking – is this the end of the long lunch?’).  This has turned out to be the case but of course, for totally unexpected reasons. However, since…

Commuting: For the love of coffee

By Laura Leggetter, Managing Partner Despites the cries of indignation from colleagues when they hear where I live, the truth is I have always relished my journey from Leigh on Sea, which is long enough to settle into a seat, flip open the laptop and inhale the news. My commute offers an opportunity for thinking time…

I’m a Covid lockdown… Don’t get me out of here!

By Giles Croot and Jamie Williams The western world is beginning to contemplate its wake-up from economic hibernation with formal (and in some cases less formal) relaxation of lock-down regimes being signalled by governments and businesses itching to start revving the engine. But how will the workers – and the consumers – respond when the…

How to ‘fake commute’

By Ian Silvera, Account Director I am starting to look longingly at bus shelters, Tube stations and other pieces of London’s red and blue transport system. Sometimes I even catch myself letting out a forlorn sigh as I pass a decamped driver having a crafty cigarette on the side of the road before they board…