It’s nighttime in Glasgow and what is there to do? Where is there to go? How do you start the night? Well if you’re a typical Glaswegian some will start with Buckfast as a pre-drink before you head out.
With the new student year just around the corner, right now there’s an influx of students moving to Edinburgh to start the new University year.
It’s a discussion that has been going on decades now; which type of office offers the better productivity for a business. Is the open off or the closed office? What will work for the longevity of the business and give you long-term success in terms of profits employee retention? There’s numerious factors you need to look at in order to measure it such as the office culture, the cost and office set up cost.
When you look at a business you need to decide what makes it stand out as a success story. This can involve customer service, the service offered itself and other factors can be involved too. A business that springs to mind is the Clydebank Cooperative. It’s one of the most important businesses in the town of Clydebank. It’s only one of 3 cooperatives in Scotland and it’s by far the smallest of them all too. It employees many people so it’s become an important money driver for the people in the city and the country in general.