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Why firms Hire Sunshine Shoeshine for Exhibitions

Posted on: February 25th, 2016 by Drew No Comments

Exhibitions! Why do corporations do exhibitions? They take part in them with many other firms, all exhibiting to raise their profileand what they do. The whole event takes place to mingle and create new, or even re-new ties with other firms.

Networking is the main point in exhibiting. Gaining new clients is a must, sometimes an exhibition is important to meet a previous client and re-new business in person. When it comes to networking in business it’s often better off talking to people in person, rather than just a number of phone calls and emails.

Through our Sunshine service we work in partnership with corporations which are looking for something a little extra that isn’t on any-one else’s stand. The point of this is if there’s something special which draws people onto a stand, then this is a benefit for our client hiring us. As we’ll provide our service, they’ll talk and promote to a potential client.

The concept of hiring Sunshine at exhibitions is well suited to banking, insurance, and energy firms, but we have been known to work
in partnership with many sectors.

The Heart of the City

Posted on: February 22nd, 2016 by Drew No Comments

 

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The Heart of the City, what is it? It’s an organization which exists to work with likeminded firms large and medium sized, with the raison d’être of enhancing their CSR. They work in partnership, giving advice, and direction on every aspect of Corporate and Social Responsibility.

City firms run charitable projects, the idea of these projects is the notion that business can do much more than make profit , but also in giving something back to the communities, and often the environment too. An admirable cause!

The main principal of CSR is;

1) A firm can do something for the community/environment

2) Through these endeavours the respect and image of the business are upheld.

3) This gives a significant boost to the public perception of the company.

Corporations can stamp out the one sided idea that all they care about is there own financial gain. They can better themselves and their image in what they stand for in and outside of the office.

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Best Women Shoes for the Office

Posted on: February 19th, 2016 by Drew No Comments

If you’re a women working in a white collar environment you want to appear smart, professional, and serious but still lady like (elegant).

The Options

There are a number of different types of women’s shoes, here are a few to mention. Sling-backs, Kitten Heels, Pumps and Women’s flat shoes.

My Opinion

When it comes to women’s shoes there has to be a balance between looking smart and professional, but still appearing elegant without appearing too casual (Unsuitable for the office).

Sling-backs are lovely they’re elegant and smart and can still be formal enough for the office. Kitten Heels are similar to Sling-backs but the heels are shorter. They’re still a little slinky and popular in offices too.

Pumps shoes are versatile and fit in with formal & informal dress code

Flat women’s shoes can be quite formal (suitable) but are very simplistic & plain (un-amaginitive)

In Conclusion

Personally I prefer Kitten Heels, they are formal enough for the office and elegant too. They’re suitable for near enough all occasions.
Plus the heels aren’t too long and thin, so there’s less risk of falling over.

Sling-backs & Kitten Heels are my personal favourite types of Women’s shoes.

Best Mens Shoes for the Office

Posted on: February 16th, 2016 by Drew No Comments

Crocket & Jones Oxfords

 

If you work in a professional white collar environment, then appearing smart and professional are a must. (as well as impressing the boss!)

The Options

So, what type of shoes would suit you best? The are a loads of types of shoe on the market with confusing names, like the Derby,
Oxford, Blucher, single and double monk straps and the Loafer.The Derby & Oxfords are both lace ups, the monk strap is a loafer
with a single buckle and double monk strap is with two. While the Loafers are basically slip-ons.

My Opinion

It is possible to get a nice smart pair of Loafers suitable for the office, but generally I prefer lace ups. I have come across a pair of loafers good
for the office only on rare occasions, so on the whole I find lace ups are better.

In Conclusion

The Derby or Oxford lace up never fail to emulate formality and if they’re looked after properly will look great for years to come.

 

 

 

 

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