London office demand bolstered by tech media, financial and serviced sectors

Serviced offices dominated office take-up in London’s West End in August, mainly due to three big transactions resulting in a 44 percent market share, but the Tech and media sector continues to be the main driver for space. According to figures from Savills just shy of a third (31 percent) …

Setting Realistic Personal Branding “New Years Resolutions” for 2019

According to an article in the New York Times, one third of individuals who make “New Year’s resolutions” don’t make it past the end of January. The author indicated that resolutions fail because they aren’t the right resolutions. Specifically: It’s a resolution established because someone else is telling you to …

Working parents lead the charge of British workers into the side hustle

A new study published by GoDaddy and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr), claims that ‘side hustling’, in which people have small business ventures running alongside their main job, has risen by around a third over the last decade. The study claims that the UK’s side hustlers make …

A small business quickstart guide to creating a service intake process

There’s often a tug of war going on between the need to bring new work into your business, and actually completing the work you’ve already promised to do. Finding the right approach is tough, but there’s a solid way to redress the often lopsided balance between new leads and a smooth …

How to Build a Stunning Portfolio Website as a Web Developer

This sponsored article was created by our content partner, BAW Media. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. In your role as a professional web developer, you're up for just about any website-building challenge. But, building a creative website portfolio for your own services isn't something you're …

Staff wellbeing moves up the HR agenda and yes, includes the provision of free fruit

Employers have placed wellbeing high on their agenda in a bid to encourage employee engagement and reduce absence, claims new research from XpertHR. More than half of employers (54.4 percent) run informal employee wellbeing initiatives, while one-in-five (22 percent) has a formal programme in place. The majority of these formal …