Business can be complex at the best of times, but what happens when a pandemic hits and forces the world into shutdown? We took some time to reflect on the past four months and spoke to Chris about the realities of running a business during a pandemic, what it’s like to manage a fully remote team, and lessons learned in lockdown.
We're pleased to announce that earlier this year, we received a grant from Innovate UK to help tackle the impact of Covid-19. Find out how we're using the funding to make a real difference to the hospitality sector and beyond.
Coronavirus is understandably taking its toll on people's mental health, with the constant news and updates on the pandemic leaving many people feeling uncertain, insecure and afraid about the future. However, it’s important for us to remember that people are resilient and society has faced extremely tough times before and pulled through. We will do it again, and we will come out the other side of this - stronger and more compassionate than before.
As businesses’ continue to shift their workforces online and begin to favour a more remote management model, VA has become an increasingly successful world to be a part of. But what does a career as a virtual assistant really entail?
Working from home for the first time is pretty exciting. Waving goodbye to the daily commute and saying hello to working on your own terms is a dream for most, but if you’re used to the routine of a 9-5, finding your groove sometimes requires a few adjustments.
Anna is a Nursery practitioner/ Artist/ Hospitality worker. She grew up in Lisbon, before moving to Bristol to start a new adventure. We had the pleasure of chatting to Anna about the importance of making time for self care, her passion for sustainable art, and why she's glad she ditched the 9-5.