Michael Cloke, FMS Manager at EWY, shares his experience of riding the Maratona dles Dolomites with our ECOVIS International friends.
ELF 2017/18 Annual Report is now published on the Charity Commission website.
On Wednesday evening our team of Ecovis’s finest sportsmen and women took part in the annual JP Morgan challenge
Samantha Everett, video journalist for the BBC, provides an insight into the House of St Barnabas, our Ecovis London Foundation's charity partner.
“You are experienced at creating great content and want to take it to the next level by setting up your own production company, but how do you go about establishing an Indie?"
This Friday I’ll be heading off to Italy to meet up with a gang of ECOVIS International employees getting together to take part in one of the most iconic challenges in the world of cycling, the Maratona dles Dolomites.
The time to dust off the running shoes is finally upon us as we get ready for the JP Morgan run on Wednesday!
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week in May, some of our EWY team volunteered to train as Mental Health First Aiders
Last Thursday our group of eager ducklings attended the LGT Vestra annual charity Dodgeball Tournament in aid of the Prince’s Trust, competing alongside 33 other teams. Dressed in traditional dodgeball attire "The Ducks" got off to a rusty start as we looked to establish exactly how you play the game. The Ecovis team were not taking to dodgeball like ducks to water, however, Ben Smith’s arrival changed their quack...
David Whelan, our Director of ECOVIS London Foundation, recently gave an interview to Thames Reach for publication in their magazine, which is used for donors and potential fund raising Partners.
This weekend "Team Boob " strapped on their bras and got in the disco mood to walk 26.2 miles in the highly anticipated Moonwalk 2019, to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer
Last week, some of our team took part in a CV-Workshop at the House of St Barnabas, our charity partner, located in the heart of Soho. The event, organised by David Whelan from the Ecovis London Foundation and Emma Glancy, our Ecovis Practice Manager, is part of the Employment Academy's 'Transition to Work' Programme.
Ecovis Wingrave Yeats, a year one member of the Heart of the City's Responsible Business programme, recently took part in Westminster City Council’s STEAM week. We explain a little more about what we did and how it’s helped the firm to develop our responsible business activities around diversity and inclusion.
International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. It is a focal point in the movement for women's rights. Collective action and shared ownership for driving gender parity is what makes International Women's Day successful. Today, we put a spotlight on women across the firm who are inspirational, empowering, and successful.