People across the UK are expected to spend half a billion pounds celebrating the Royal Wedding this weekend, with 1.6m SMEs intending to cash in on the festivities.
HMRC provides a tax-free exemption of £150 per person, for everyone attending a Christmas do. Here’s how it works.
Anna Frankowska is a pro when it comes to planning a night out, as proved with her party app Nightset, but one university deemed it “too laddish” and invoked a ban – a move that worked in her favour.
On our latest Black Cab Entrepreneur journey, people person Anna Frankowska told us how she went from party girl to economics graduate to investment banker and back again, returning to merrymaking with Party Hype.
It's December, which means it's officially Christmas party season. As such, Eventbrite has found that British businesses will spend almost £1bn on festive corporate bashes, but the amount per employee varies greatly based on the region.
With the countdown to Christmas in full swing, it means we’re also closing in on party season. Workplaces up and down the country will be preparing to don paper hats and drink copious amounts at the work Christmas do. But as fun as that sounds, it’s a prospect that can fill some bosses with dread, so much so that some companies don’t bother with it at all.