The Breakfast Briefing
The latest campaigns, activities, events and news.
“You do know that I have played in these games right?”
Former England footballer Alan Shearer in response to this tweet:
“@alanshearer and everyone going on about how England should just enjoy the football and play loose massively underestimates the inevitable stomach-knotting teeth-gritting nervy wrench of the first game.”
Conservative Home correspondent Mark Wallace ends up in many of the Labour Live photos
The Power of Art
Recently we have observed an increasingly love affair with food, but there has also been a renaissance with art. It is becoming increasingly important and when curated correctly it can be is an essential part of the customer experience. Read here
A campaign to reach C-Suite
To illustrate the importance of food service in supporting culture, productivity, employee welfare and retention in the modern business environment. Our argument is that food service plays a critical role and needs to be invested in. Read here
Sport, Leadership & Culture
26th June 2018
The next in the year’s series of informal sporting talks. Joining us are:
- Danielle “Nolli” Waterman – England rugby union and rugby sevens player
- Stephanie Millward MBE – British Paralympic swimmer
- Heather Fisher – English rugby union and rugby sevens player
They will share stories on their experiences and learning as top athletes and rugby stars.
If you would like to know more or to join us, please contact Ben.Butler@epmagazine.co.uk
The first steps on our Charity Walk in Italy
EP and friends are currently walking through beautiful Italian surroundings to raise money for two very special charities:
- The Royal Academy of Culinary Arts – Adopt a School Foundation
- Olympic Gold Medalist Crista Cullen’s Tofauti Elephant Charity
As they journey across the country, they are experiencing a new challenge but also building relationships. This year EP is walking in Italy, France, Austria and Kenya on seperate trips. These walks stretch people personally and impact positively on overall performance and decision making, enabling leaders and emerging leaders to broaden their thinking, experiences and exposure. It’s also simply about having fun.
If you would like to get involved in future walks please contact Lauran.Bush@epmagazine.co.uk
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World Cup 2018: Flies plague England’s build-up in Volgograd
Scaling positive change through sustainable tourism. 2017 Progress Report marks mid-way point in the ambitious Better Holidays, Better World strategy.
Scandic Hotels to stop using plastic straws and cocktail sticks. Scandic Hotels, the leading Nordic hotel company, has decided to stop using plastic straws and cocktail sticks in all of its hotels to help to reduce the harmful impact these products have on the environment.
1 in 3 people travel abroad without checking advice about their holiday destination. ABTA is reminding holidaymakers to check Foreign and Commonwealth Office Travel Advice ahead of their holiday, for informative and up to date travel advice.