Karen Whybro set up Rock the Frock when she struggled to find her own less formal wedding dress. She has some clear priorities for suppliers.
Experts aplenty have given their take on current workplace trends, predicting casual office attire and a “we” not “me” leadership mentality. Then there’s the rise of out of office bragging – didn’t see that one coming, did you?
My wife and I have attended our first Jewish wedding and we had no idea what to expect, but a week later, we can’t stop talking about the incredible experience – while I can’t help thinking about how it’s taught me a few valuable lessons about business (and pleasure).
Running a business with your partner can be great. There is nothing more rewarding than going into business with someone who you love and trust. So how can you work with your partner without having lots of disputes, and it effecting your work-life?
The average bride will spend £301 on beauty for their wedding, according to Brides magazine, and some will spend even more. That’s because, when it comes to a bride on her wedding day, nothing short of perfection is acceptable – a lesson that can be adapted for customer service across sectors.
Oliver's Travels is luxury holiday and wedding company, which now claims to provide the perfect weather on couples' big days through its “cloud-bursting service”.