Chapman, Robinson & Moore February Update

Welcome to our February instalment, as the days tick by, we edge that little bit closer to the warmer spring weather. In this month’s newsletter, we’re going to be looking at what expenses you can claim working from home, cash flow management, why social media is important for business and much more.

“If you’re in the closet in school or at home, then it might as well be 1981 for you.”

Fresh off the back of the success of his latest TV drama, It’s a Sin, Russell T Davies, has shared his thoughts on how important it is to support LGBT+ young people through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. The acclaimed screenwriter has pledged to support The Proud Trust’s new LGBT+ Centre in Manchester, a state-of-the-art… Read More »

Reward, Recognise and Retain (The Business Brunch)

5th March is Employee Appreciation Day, and on this episode of The Business Brunch we’ll be discussing employee motivation, engagement and the effect of COVID.

Who are the policy makers?

Who are the policy makers?

Ever wondered what goes on behind closed doors in the House Of Lords? Well, you have come to the right place! Join special guest Baroness Judith Jolly from The House Of Lords, Paul Morgan from Naomi House & Jacksplace, and Jo Faulkner-Harvey from Homeless Oxfordshire, as they provide an insight into the House Of Lords.

Who Are The Policy Makers

Who are the policy makers?

This episode of The Business Brunch brings you insights into the House of Lords, with special guest Baroness Judith Jolly whose interests lie within healthcare and environmental issues.

Who Are The Policy Makers

Who are the policy makers?

This episode of The Business Brunch brings you insights into the House of Lords, with special guest Baroness Judith Jolly whose interests lie within healthcare and environmental issues.

Loving Lockdown?

Loving Lockdown? The Joys of Being a Working Parent

Feeling trapped and overwhelmed with family and work life? On this edition of The Business Brunch we are joined by Jessica Mason from Chapman Robinson & Moore, Nicola Wallbank from Julian Taylor Solicitors, Howard Feather from NatWest and Katerina Kurgane, also from Chapman Robinson & Moore as they talk about the pressures of being a parent in lockdown and how they are managing to cope with work and home life.

Digital Poverty in the UK in 2021

Digital Poverty

Many of us take connection to the internet for granted…we have phones, laptops and plenty of them. We all know what it’s like when we lose our mobile or, heaven forbid, internet connection. So imagine living in a world where you don’t have a phone, a laptop or internet connection… how would you get by?

Person using an apple mouse. image by Vojtech Okenka

Freeths refreshes office portfolio

Over the past year, the move to agile working has been a great success for Freeths, and lockdown has shown our people do not have to be in the office every single day in order to deliver an excellent service to their clients, and to ensure business growth.

Photo of Offices at night by Alex Powell

Join Carter Jonas’ Webinars

Our professionals are contributing to a range or property webinars over the next few months, including a focus on the Oxford-Cambridge Arc from both a research and housing perspective. We are also outlining the findings of our flagship commercial property research report, Commercial Edge. All events are virtual, and you are invited to attend.