Quick one from me but something we used to do at Alexander Mann.
So this doesn't make money but it does generate goodwill.
In the build up to xmas and once the schools broke up, we did a 'bring your kid to work day'.
Everyone bought their kids in, the boardroom was turned into a kids cinema, there were loads of activities and it was late enough in the year that work had died down so it wasn't too disruptive.
Then one of the board would dress as Santa and each kid would get a present - typically a book suitable for whichever age group the child was in.
Then we'd get some pizza delivered and everyone would head off home after lunch.
So whilst not profitable, the goodwill and team bonding it generated was enormous!

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In addition to the fact sheet, the security new business team are armed with a document that outlines the success that we have had this year. I think that it adds weight to any speculative activity to have real life examples of the success that we have had.

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Hi All, ahead of our call later today please find attached 'thoughts and considerations' from Samia and I for discussion. As discussed on our call - we need to keep things simple and not overthink ideas. #brainbox

We look forward to speaking with you later. Amanda and Samia.


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