B4 Mini Mag: Issue 003
In this issue we focus on the October budget with contributions from a range of B4 members giving you their take on every aspect of the budget.
We also look inside the mind of an investment manager with Rebecca Stein of Charles Stanley and get a glimpse inside Grant Thornton’s next generation hybrid office. We meet Christina Irons of Courtyard City Centre, find out how to reduce your carbon footprint with Richard Dorey of ESOx and much more.
There’s also a recap of our increasingly popular weekly Digests which cover a range of topics from sustainability to sales & marketing.
Enjoy Issue 3.
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