The Essex Business Podcast is for business leaders that are looking for practical advice, tips and inspiration from peers across the county and beyond.
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TOWN CENTRES – WILL THEY STILL MEAN BUSINESS IN THE FUTURE?
The lockdowns over the past year have piled even more pressure on town and city centre businesses already dealing with the growing popularity of online shopping, and with big names like Debenhams closing down, what could the future look like for the high street?
Cathrine Jansson-Boyd, Consumer Psychologist at Anglia Ruskin University, spoke to our reporter, Chris Penhall about the problems high street retailers were already dealing with before the pandemic hit. Mike Wray, Chelmsford’s Business Improvement District Manager, explains how the city centre is bouncing back, and Tillie Peel, founder of The Pop Up Club, talks about her experience of opening pop up shops in the city.
EPISODE 7: BREXIT – THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE INDIFFERENT
Brexit has finally happened, and whether you were for it or against it, the way companies in the UK work with others within the EU has changed. So, what are the challenges and the benefits of the changes?
EPISODE 8: BUDGET REFLECTIONS – NOW THE DUST HAS SETTLED
As if Brexit and Covid weren’t enough, businesses have now had a Budget to deal with. In this episode of the Essex Business Podcast, we talk to people within the business community about how they feel it will affect them, and get an overview of the tax implications.
Tej Parikh, Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors
Jamie Nice, Head of Tax and Financial Planning at RIckard Luckin
Patrik Minder, owner of The Lexden Crown
James Callaghan, co-founder of Blue Sky Printing www.blueskyprinting.co.uk
Darren Hyde, Managing Director at VIP Security Services
Julie Nel, Managing Director and founder of b4Secure
EPISODE 9: ARE YOU FUTURE-READY? WILL YOUR ORGANISATION AND ITS SPACES SUFFICIENTLY SUPPORT YOUR WORKFORCE?
In this episode we explore the issues employers need to consider when preparing their teams for the return to office a year after many people were told to work from home where possible.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY RICKARD LUCKIN
Working to support individuals and businesses alike, Rickard Luckin ensures every step of the journey towards your ambitions is backed by clear, objective and tailor-made tax and accountancy advice.
Find out more at www.rickardluckin.co.uk