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CSP Fantasy Premier League Update November 2018

Posted by on 15 November 2018 | Comments

At the time of writing, we have an International Break for the Premier League, so an opportune time to review the standings in our CSP League: Living The Dream. We are now a third of the way into the season and there are few surprises in the actual FA Premier League, with Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs all doing well and only Manchester United probably not where most expected them to be. Likewise, those picked Lukaku and Salah on the back of last season, have had to temper expectations this though Aguero continues to perform to a fantastic level.

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The Ryder Cup 2018

Posted by on 15 October 2018 | Comments

The Ryder Cup presented us with a fantastic opportunity to grow our relationship with PGA Europe by supporting the car parking/traffic management in Paris this year. A lot of planning when into this event throughout the year by Graham Arnott, including a staffing agency dropping out a few months before the event. Graham's perseverance meant that not only did we supply the numbers required (around 300 per day) whilst training and managing them, but we also took on additional work supporting the cleaning operations at short notice to ensure that the event was a success.

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Roksanda at The Serpentine Gallery

Posted by on 20 September 2018 | Comments

Roksanda Ilincic is a well known fashion personality in London, where she has built a burgeoning business as one of the city’s leading luxury designers.
Her multiple-award-winning design house, ROKSANDA, extends across the globe, while its four annual ready-to-wear collections are all conceived in the designer’s busy East London studio .
Originally from Serbia, Roksanda was encouraged to indulge her love of clothing and fashion imagery from an early age. She  began her journey by studying architecture and applied arts at the University of Belgrade. Upon graduating, she moved into fashion by enrolling on the fashion MA at Central St Martin’s. 

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Banksmen Training

Posted by on 20 September 2018 | Comments

It is important to us that we ensure our team are trained correctly in order to be able to deliver the highest and safest levels of service to our clients and customers. Ornella (Elle)recently set up a Banksman Training course at Alexandra Palace with a new provider, and it would appear that the team attending all benefitted significantly and seemed to enjoy themselves. We have also noted Richard Mulcaster, our Head of Quality Solutions enthusiastic participation, so now know we can call on him when required to support ;).

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Watford FC unveil Graham Taylor statue.

Posted by on 23 August 2018 | Comments

A statue of former England manager Graham Taylor has been unveiled at Watford FC's ground. Taylor, who died aged 72 in January 2017, led Watford FC from the Fourth Division to runners-up in the old First Division in five years. The statue was commissioned to recognise his "unparalleled achievements as Watford's greatest ever manager", the club said. It stands outside the Hornets Shop at the club's Vicarage Road ground. The bronze statue took award-winning sculptor Douglas Jennings a year to create.

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The Apprenticeship Levy...........How are you using yours ?

Posted by on 23 August 2018 | Comments

When the Apprenticeship Levy was launched, I found it interesting talking to other companies on how they were going to use it as no-one appeared to really understand it. Our own HR Manager at the time indicated the funds could be used to up-skill some of our existing work-force, but neglected to mention the study time that would have to be put in on a weekly basis, which would prove impossible operationally during busy parts of the season. At any rate, that isn't what it was designed to do.

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