Nick Peters leaves the office today and heads to The Clubhosue, a place where professionals can meet potential clients, hold meetings and just generally work away from their office spaces. Located in the heart of London, Nick meets founder Adam Blaskey to find out why he created The Clubhouse.
After the recent statement made by an HSBC lawyer about how gap years won't impress a future employer, Nick looks into the idea of gap years and if they are indeed a good idea. To discuss this issue Nick is joined by Stefan Wathan, Chief Executive at the Year Out Group.
Nick Peters looks into Dementia in the workplace and what is being done to help manage both people and businesses that it can effect. To talk about this issue, George McNamara Head of Policy and Public Affairs at The Alzheimer's Society joins Nick.
Sarah Pennells is joined today by Joe MIlinowski, from The Energy Shop, Guy Thompson, from My Utility Genius and Dr Stelios Koundouros, from BillMonitor, to discuss how people can save money on mobile phone and energy bills.
On todays show, Sarah Pennells discusses tax for young people, if they need to pay it, are they paying the right amount and how do they check. To help Sarah Claire Thackerberry, the main technical officer from the tax guide for students and Chris Eccles from Employment for Students
Today Sarah is discussing the prospect of investing in unconventional items. To talk to Sarah about this is, Phillip Gearing from Cult Wines, Peter Valinaus, from Armit Wines, Jimmy George from Tattersalls and Lynette Peck, founder of Lovely's Vintage Emporium.
Phillip Gearing, Peter Valiunas, Jimmy George, Lynette Peck