The disruption caused by this week’s weather should serve as a warning to businesses; global warming will become more evident in the years to come - adapting to the changing climate is therefore of paramount importance.
This rise in the cost of living and reduction in disposable income is impacting businesses. To operate successfully in the current climate, inflation should inform every organisation’s marketing strategy.
Overseas tourism had proven to be fierce competition for UK locations at the start of the year. Now with the cost of living crunch and aviation challenges, people are once again leaning toward British “staycations”.
Amid the cost-of-living crisis, UK businesses were thrown a lifeline in the form of the Platinum Jubilee weekend. During this four-day nationwide extravaganza, hospitality and retail businesses flourished.
The question is; how long can the property market continue to flourish? Are we experiencing the boom before a subsequent bust? In this week’s blog, we’re exploring the various predictions for the future of the sector.
The number of international investors keen on capitalising on the United Kingdom’s commercial spaces has increased and, as retail/hospitality reopens, commercial property remains a favourable investment.
With the British public preparing for a rollicking summer and the supportive measures announced in the Spring Budget, including the extension of pavement licences - the latter half of 2021 is set to be an exciting period for the hospitality sector.
Just when it seemed as though the housing market was beginning to calm down, the multinational pharmaceutical corporation, Pfizer, announces that their coronavirus vaccine is more than 90% per cent effective.
The traditional methods of building new partnerships and enforcing current relationships simply won’t work in the pandemic - therefore it is important that businesses look toward new digital practices when marketing to potential clients.
The faint murmur of a saxophone accompanied by the rhythmic crash of a cymbal, echoes through the historic streets of Royal Tunbridge Wells. It’s clear to everyone in the know - jazz has officially returned to The Pantiles!
At Targetfollow, we’ve noted this rise in demand for property, and to fund our plans for future acquisitions, we've decided to sell several assets from our portfolio. This includes housing in the desirable town of Royal Tunbridge Wells.
After last month’s successful reopening of the retail sector - all eyes are now on the hospitality industry, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s big announcement that hotels, pubs and restaurants would be permitted to reopen on July 4.
Due to the nature of the crisis, the situation is constantly evolving. One week a ghost town - the next a bustling hub for trade; these dramatic daily changes have brought a key question everyone’s lips - what will our high streets look like in the weeks to come?
As business continues to weather the economic storm - a recent announcement from the government has enabled the industry to glimpse hope on the horizon; it has been declared that non-essential shops can reopen in England from 15 June.
After years of uncertainty surrounding Brexit – it appeared as though property markets had stabilised in effect of the ‘Boris bounce’. Despite this; the COVID-19 epidemic has caused disruption to an industry in a state of fragile recovery.
With 260 million monthly active users on LinkedIn, 316 million on Twitter and more than 2 billion on Facebook; the impact a social media presence can have on your asset management business is indisputable.