Since December 1st, the employees of Ecovis Wingrave Yeats have been running a reverse advent calendar initiative.
For the last 9 months, the Ecovis London Foundation (ELF) have been working closely with Thames Reach, a London charity helping homeless and vulnerable people get back on their feet and lead fulfilling lives.
The world of cloud based accounting is moving fast and the ability to store and access your data from anywhere has been grasped by all the big players in the accounting software world with no expense spared in creating new and ‘exciting’ products for us all to use. We are encouraged to Jettison our old desktop shackled program, and embrace the brave new world of “the cloud”.
Making Independent films in the UK is a tough task and trying to get them funded sometimes feels like the impossible. Then along came Indiegogo and Kickstarter with the Crowdfunding revolution and the promise of getting your film financed (or at least partially) appeared much more achievable.
On Wednesday 30th September Rich Nicholas was asked to take part in a question and answer session at the UK and Mexico co-production forum during the Raindance Film Festival. Below Rich shares his thoughts on a few of the common themes from the session.
If we were to jump forward a good few years into the future would you be reading this blog, or watching it? It’s an interesting question as the meteoric rise of online video dominates the world of content marketing.
The TV industry packs its bags in a matter of days and decamps to Cannes for the MIPCOM festival. Where we would usually be enjoying a glass or two of Rosé and talking about the work on show, it feels that the decision by MP John Whittingdale to ask OFCOM to review the Terms of Trade will put a dampener on the event.
Monday 21st September saw the last game of the season for the Mayfair Belles at the Power Play Netball League.
The evening of the 7th May saw EWY’s Business Advisory and Tax departments take on the ClueQuest 60 minute live escape challenge – 4 teams locked in 4 rooms with 60 minutes to escape from impending doom, using only their wits and teamwork to solve a series of puzzles, riddles and brain teasers.