Tesco suppliers, celebrity chefs, an Eastenders actor and a British touring car racer all gathered in Old Billingsgate on Friday night for the decidedly unsexy-sounding Tesco Packaged Food Summer Ball.
The cabinet reshuffle was still very much the topic of conversation at Hanover’s summer drinks on Westminster’s College Green last night, as the communications agency’s clients from the corporate world and the political quaffed champers in the sun
When UFXMarkets booked its sporting ambassador Mike Tindall to come and appear at its rebranding event in Canary Wharf, it had no idea about his plans to announce his retirement from rugby on the same day.
JFK once said “when power leads man toward arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations”. Could these words have been swirling around Let’s Gowex founder Jenaro Garcia Martin’s mind when he turned to Kipling to apologise to staff on Tuesday?
In celebration of the Tour de France, which will be furiously pedalling its way through London on Monday, Broadgate is shipping in this sculpture by Croatian artist Vasko Lipovac for one day only. The lifesize piece is called Cyclus.
Twitter was awash with supportive messages for JP Morgan account manager James Haymore yesterday, following the revelation he will go to court to defend his right to take his children out of school in term time.
The London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival got underway yesterday with teams from PwC, EY, ABP Investment (pictured, far left), Lycamobile (pictured, middle) and Bank of East Asia (pictured, right) all competi
RBS’ atrium became a flurry of activity last night as it hosted the annual Bag Ladies event, which saw handbags from the likes of Anya Hindmarch, Victoria Beckham and Burberry go under the hammer in aid of the British Association for Adoption and
Speculation about what Justin King, chief exec of Sainsbury’s, will do after he steps down next month has been rife – will he replace Ecclestone? Will he step into Bolland’s shoes? Will he go back to selling Haagen-Dazs?
Sir Ian McKellen was the guest of honour at the London Pride Gala Dinner at Mansion House last night where he was joined by Lord Mayor Fiona Woolf, singer Will Young, TV presenter Claire Balding and headline sponsors Citi and Baker & McKenzi
Vince Cable’s glaring career irony of having written in 2004 that the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills should be scrapped was dragged up again yesterday at the Orange Book: 10th Anniversary conference.
Chief executive of Tech City UK Gerard Grech
1 His passion has always been the fusion of art and technology and he was part of the team that launched one of the world’s first smartphones – the Orange SPV – in 2002 .