Russell Scanlan Selects the Alzheimer’s Society as Charity of the Year
We’re delighted to announce our Charity of the Year will be the Alzheimer’s Society, the UK’s leading dementia support and research organisation. We will focus our considerable fundraising efforts for the year ahead on the charity, which provides information and support, and funds research, to create lasting change for people affected by dementia. Our main event is our Annual Charity Quiz, which attracts around 15 teams and this year takes place at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground on Friday 8th November. We’re calling on businesses in the East Midlands to register their teams for the quiz, which is back for the seventh…Continue Reading
An Egg-cellent Charity Cheque Presentation
We’ve presented a fantastic total of £2,000 to our chosen charity of 2018, Forget-Me-Notts, the UK-based project of Operation Orphan which helps vulnerable children across the East Midlands. We delivered a cheque to the charity’s office in Attenborough along with dozens of Easter Eggs to be gifted to children – Forget-Me-Notts collects chocolate gifts for children at Easter and Christmas, and for many it is the only gift they will receive. We raised the money during our famous annual charity quiz at Trent Bridge in November. As well as fundraising through tickets and a bottle tombola, attendees also donated an impressive…Continue Reading
A New Addition to Our Growing Team
We’re delighted to welcome our new recruit, Olivia Whiteley, who has joined us as a commercial account handler covering mid-corporate insurance. She brings 13 years of industry experience to the role, which has been created as part of our plans for expansion. Olivia joins us with a broad skill set, having started her career in 2005 as a personal lines handler before moving into SME insurance. She has worked in mid-corporate insurance for the last three years and her new role involves assisting account executives in managing their clients. She was recently presented with her Advanced Diploma in Insurance (ACII) qualification…Continue Reading
Are Your Employees’ Apps Putting Your Business at Risk?
Apps are incredibly useful tools, allowing us to quickly look up information, carry out online banking transactions or edit photos. However, signing up for and downloading apps involves sharing lots of information and, for businesses, this can present a major risk in terms of cyber security. An “app” is an application on a smart phone or tablet that helps with a specific task, which can include anything from playing games and checking the weather to online shopping or watching TV programmes. For companies that provide their employees with mobile phones and tablets, apps may contain vital business information that, if leaked,…Continue Reading