You might have a craving, but there are various taboo lunchtime eating habits that have no place at work, according to almost half of the UK’s employees.
From 1982 to 1987 I travelled a wild and rocky road on Wall Street. My five years as a futures trader at the epicentre of capitalism were stressful, and to deal with it I played hard. I was young and impressionable and was taken in by all the temptations the city could offer, like a kid in a candy store. It took overcoming alcoholism to boot me in the right direction.
Networking is a large part of business, so the revelation that most Brits drink on a work night shouldn’t come as a surprise – but it turns out networking is far down the list of reasons why.
With prosecco sales on the rise, Christmas has come early for vendors of the Italian wine, which is selling at a faster rate than champagne.
We can all be found guilty of making daft choices while under the influence of alcohol, but shopping while drunk can work out to be quite expensive – as proven with this list of weird spending decisions.
A study has revealed that the trend binge drinking is having an impact on the productivity within British companies, especially where younger workers are concerned – but employers are guilty of encouraging the behaviour.
Let’s raise a glass to the latest in our 30 Digital Champions campaign with Microsoft, as Wild Knight English Vodka becomes the newest growing enterprise using tech to help scale the operation.
Mark and Matthew Steer are the father and son duo behind Lancar, a Sheffield-based business that has scaled from IT service provider into pub acquisitions – a move which has now resulted in the launch of independent brewery Little Critters.
As part of our Business Class section, we’ve spoken with serial entrepreneur Alfie Best, a man who revealed his Romany gypsy upbringing saw him faced with hurdles and stereotypes – a problem he turned into profit by using enterprise to unlock the high-life.
When two best friends get together for a night out, who knows what can happen. Of course, the same can be said of two best friends who decide to launch a business – for the DesignMyNight founders, they developed the finest nightlife guide in the UK and found a spot in our Everline Future 50 2016.
As the nation lets its hair down this weekend and millions of us set off to clubs, pubs and restaurants for well deserved drink, those in the growing cocktail business will be going to work.
While academic study might not be at the top of the agenda for several returning college students, beer most likely will be. They could also think of saving money by brewing it themselves – which was the case for Alex Dixon and Ralph Broadbent.