The half-term holiday can prove problematic for many working parents. If you have little option other than to take your youngsters to the office with you, you will need to go prepared! To help you, here is a list of six ways to keep your child entertained while you get on with your work.
Long gone are the days when serviced offices were confined to start-ups and freelancers. Some of the biggest corporations in the world are flocking to shared office space, seeking out flexible office arrangements in trendy, conveniently-located environments.
The benefits of ergonomic office furniture have long been realised and documented. ‘Sitting comfortably’ can improve productiveness by as much as 11%. By contrast, an uncomfortable office can be damaging to our health and wellbeing. Though ergonomic workspace is becoming increasingly innovative.
From standing up to work, to have a ‘third place’ to relax, take a look at the following ergonomic office innovations we can’t afford to ignore.
First and foremost – Happy Yorkshire Day from everyone at Carrwood Park! We’ve been celebrating our favourite county on earth for hundreds of years, but it wasn’t until back in 1975 when Yorkshire was rewarded with its own national day.
When searching for a new office space, your first thoughts may be to look for a location in a popular city with easy transport connections, a thriving business scene and plenty of local amenities.
With 109,000 businesses in total and a 40% growth in its economy over the last ten years, it’s no surprise that the Leeds City Region is becoming a business haven. Especially for businesses that operate in international markets.
London. The financial might of the United Kingdom. The vibrant hub where the commercial decisions are made, where the economy prospers and where companies grow. Enter the Northern Powerhouse – a vision of the former Chancellor George Osborne, to corral the collective force of the northern cities, rival London and the south east, and to ultimately rebalance the British economy.
We've always believed that Leeds is a great city for businesses to thrive in, but did you know that Leeds is Britain’s second largest economy? Given its status as the country’s largest financial centre outside of London, it’s hardly surprising the Yorkshire city is a leading location for financial services firms.
Ask Me Anything: 10 Answers to Your Questions about Leeds business address
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, outside London Leeds is the largest business and financial hub in the UK. Given Leeds’ enviable status as being the ‘London of the North’, a vibrant, well-connected city, in which students and professionals flock to in their droves, it stands to reason having a business address in buoyant and thriving Leeds is going to paint your business in an admirable light.
If you are thinking of taking the plunge and getting an ultra-exclusive Leeds business address, either by renting office space in Leeds or having a virtual office in the city or its surroundings, take a look at the answers to the following ten important questions related to business addresses in Leeds?