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Art Tube Packing Masterclass!

November 25th, 2020

Now this is how you do it – thanks to Simon Butler and Migrate Art for their perfectly packed Shepard Fairey prints       All in recycled and recyclable packaging with a high level of protection – rolled in acid free tissue, sturdy card, recycled bubble, bubble plugs at either end, a bubble hanging Read More

6 x Charity Choices for Christmas 2020

November 19th, 2020

As in previous years we are donating our client Christmas card budget to some seriously deserving causes!   We have been looking at local charitable enterprises for our donations this year and in particular we wanted to support people and families close to our offices who have not been as fortunate as we all have Read More

Art rises to the challenge of Lockdown v.2 and continues to inspire !

November 9th, 2020

Once again many of our beloved galleries, museums and exhibitions have had to close their doors to the general public again due to Lockdown v.2. Fear not though – art business models were well adapted during Lockdown v.1 – on-line sales continue to thrive again with fresh websites, virtual gallery tours and loads of art Read More

The Additional Challenge of 2020’s Black Friday Sales

October 30th, 2020

With Black Friday just 4 weeks away and the post lockdown on-line sales growth continuing to benefit e-tailers all delivery networks have been operating at above the usual Christmas capacity for several months – including Royal Mail. The anticipated surge around Black Friday and Cyber Monday will, this year, be feeding into already overloaded delivery Read More

The Electric Dilemma

October 22nd, 2020

Trying to look ahead to the next two or three years and tying in our rotating vehicle replacement scheme with our drive to be greener, and as environmentally friendly as possible is a challenge to say the least.       Couple the reduction in vehicle production due to COVID and the tech stalling due Read More