Skoda, following their purchase by Volkswagen in 1994, are now utterly reliable, well built and make a very sensible purchase.
Who doesn’t love a supercar? Total arts-of-work-on-wheels that are good enough to lick and fast enough to rip your face off. What’s not to love?
The Ford Mondeo has held sway over this mid-range sector for quite some time and all things must come to an end.
Over the years, Prowse have organised numerous events for clients, from private dinners through to public consultations, business engagement events and high profile conferences
At Peter & St James Hospice improves the lives of people who have a life-limiting or terminal illness. Jo Carr, Communications and Marketing Manager, explains more about the work of the hospice.
“Is it just me or does anyone else feel that David Cameron missed a wide-open goal recently when trying to wiggle his way out of the Panama Papers fiasco?” – Maarten Hoffmann
It’s important to understand why major employers and investors put their time and money into our Gatwick Diamond
Fun, fun, fun awaits delegates in the entertainment capital of the US – as well as meeting options for companies of all sizes, says Rose Dykins
Global Travel Management Managing Director Scott Pawley considers the impact the EU referendum has on the airport capacity debate
Every day millions of hours are spent travelling for business around the world. Gillian Tans gives her top business travel hacks to make your next work trip even simpler and stress-free.
With Maurice Frost joining the team at Carpenter Box’s Gatwick office, the firm has managed to recruit one of the area’s most experienced accountants to support its growth.
A happy and sad tale by DMH Stallard partners Philip Morton and Claire Carberry
Bob Holt, chairman of Mears Group, was awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours for his work in business and The Footprints Foundation, which he set up in 2008.
Two well-known firms of accountants and business advisers in Sussex and Kent are planning to merge this summer.
David Cameron made the promise of a referendum and having won, realised that he would actually have to go through with it.
How will new data protection laws affect the Internet of Things?
Europe – What would Margaret Thatcher do?