Christmas party season is nearly upon us. It’s a big business, contributing nearly £1bn to the UK economy every year. But this year, a fifth of small businesses are looking to axe their Christmas party to save money. Phil Orford, chief executive of the Forum of Private Business, warns against such measures: "Staff Christmas parties are about the recognition and appreciation of workers, not indulging fat cats," he says. "They are a valuable way of saying thank you to employees for their hard work during this turbulent time. In turn, good employee engagement delivers bottom line results." So, to help you out this Christmas – it being the season of giving and all – Real Business has wangled its readers a ten per cent discount to the Comedy Store Christmas party in London’s West End. The location is a stunning luxury marquee in Portman Square and includes reception drink on arrival, three-course dinner, Comedy Store show and free entry into the Pigalle club until 4am. Full details are available [asset1] For more information or to book, please call 01753 626 900 and quote RBX09 to get your discount. Related articlesThe Churchill nodding dog hits the big timeIMPO: I’m not a Scrooge. I just think people use Christmas as an excuse to be lazy
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