WeAreWaterloo is recruiting for a full-time Operations Manager for Build Studios
The Operations Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day smooth running and delivery of Build Studios - a new workspace for architecture and built environment businesses at 203 Westminster Bridge Road. The successful candidate will provide a ‘face’ for the business and a crucial role in the recruitment and retention of...
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Sausage
We talk to the couple behind The Sausage to find out more about one of Lower Marsh Market's most memorable stalls
Name of business: The Sausage When do you trade on Lower Marsh Market? Wednesday to Friday 10am-2pm Why did you decide to start a market business? There are countless reasons, here are a few in no particular order a) Working for your own sake, being your own boss, it is all up to you what should be altered,...
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morley college
If you are interested in developing your professional soft-skills or learning how to unwind, why not take a look at the wide range of classes on offer?
It is tougher than ever to keep a good work/life balance as pressures in the workplace continue to mount. Many Morley students tell us they choose courses in subjects such as audio technology or painting to help them mentally unwind from their busy professional lives. The hundreds of...
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Peacebuilding charity, International Alert, are running their annual Talking Peace Festival from 22nd September-2nd October 2016
Talking Peace Festival is an innovative cultural platform that features a range of events around the International Day of Peace (21 September), all designed to spark conversations about global peace and conflict issues. This year the festival will be in the form of a two-week residency at House of Vans...
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Business Solutions Centre
LSBU's Business students to offer a free drop-in service to local businesses
The Student Advisors, who will be based at the Business Solutions Centre, Clarnece Centre for Enterprise, 126 London Road, will be able to help your business in a range of areas, including: Small business accounting marketing and social media IT solutions Each session will be staffed by Student Advisors who have been through a...
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Audience
We Are Waterloo and South Bank BIDs hosted a briefing for businesses to discuss the impact of the EU Referendum result
37 local businesses from the Waterloo and South Bank BID areas gathered at the Union Jack Club for an informative event discussing the impact of the UK leaving the EU. Dr Swati Dhingra, professor of economics at LSE, examined the possible financial effects of Brexit on SMEs and micro-businesses. It was apparent that...
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We Are Waterloo joined forces with the Lambeth BIDs this weekend at the Lambeth Country Show
We attended Lambeth Country Show last weekend alongside the South Bank and Clapham BIDs at a stall representing all 8 Lambeth BIDs.  We were there to inform Lambeth locals, as well as visitors to the Fair what a BID does, and how it is run. We wanted to promote what is taking place in Waterloo, and let people know what...
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Oasis City Farm
Oasis Farm Waterloo is a hidden city gem just moments from the Southbank, and the closest farm to Parliament. Here we speak to Sam Smith to find out a bit more.
How many people are on the staff at Oasis Farm Waterloo? We have two members of staff and many volunteers. What animals do you have on the farm? At the moment we have five chickens, two sheep, a pregnant sow, tilapia fish and our two farm dogs. Our animals come to our...
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biscuits
Two days of fun events for children and families
#WaterlooFoodFestival is a month-long celebration of all things food and drink. With two dedicated family days, get all the kids involved from 20th-21st July. On Wednesday 20th July the events are as follows: Treat Making from 10.00am-12.00noon at the Oasis Playspace, where the whole family is welcome to come and get creative for only £2; Free Smoothie-making and Ice-cream...
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On top of their staggering permanent collection, the Imperial War Museum's current exhibitions are thought-provoking and well worth a visit
IWM Contemporary: Edward Barber Acclaimed documentary photographer Edward Barber captures the anti-nuclear protest movement in 1980s Britain in this exhibition. Barber's images appear alongside a graphic installation to create a social record of both individual and collective responses to...
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Summer shorts graphic
Morley College is offering a wide range of bite-size courses from 11th-23rd July 2016.
Summer Shorts are a range of evening, daytime and weekend taster courses running in July. Each course is one-to-five days long and is linked to the 12 week courses starting in September. Summer Shorts are a fun way to try something new, discover an untapped talent, and meet new people come rain or shine this July. With courses from every...
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Inclusive Employers
Inclusive Employers are the UK's first and leading membership organisation for employers in all sectors looking to build inclusive workplaces.
At Inclusive Employers, they provide bespoke initiatives to help build inclusive cultures, which includes: Membership Consultancy sessions Training packages Membership Inclusive Employers have created the resources and networks to support you in developing your...
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Traffic
Has your business considered consolidating your deliveries?
As well as benefits to you as a business with fewer deliveries and reduced congestion, there is also a vital contribution to be made in terms of improving London’s air quality. Air quality in London continues to exceed objective limit values and causes the health of our residents and visitors to suffer as a result. The main source of air pollution is road traffic; with...
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London Vegetable Orchestra performance
London Vegetable Orchestra performance
#WaterlooFoodFestival kicked off with a street party along Lower Marsh
With over 30 food stalls, live DJs and bands, the London Vegetable Orchestra, a pesto-making workshop, a maki-rolling contest, House of Vans t-shirt printing and much more, there was something for everyone at last night's launch for Waterloo Food Festival. Lower Marsh was filled with over 1500 street party revellers and families making...
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Hugh Walker
Adrian Collischon, head chef at Eden Caterers, will be leading pickling & fermenting workshops at Waterloo Food Festival. Here we talk to Adrian and managing director Hugh Walker, to find out a bit more about the business.
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