When outgoings are bigger than the income, there is a simple solution. Get behind the wheel and drive. This is working in, not on your business.
After two years of uncertainty, a real recovery finally looks underway. There is just one small issue – a shortage of chauffeurs.
September 2021 has been great. Chauffeur journeys have increased and we are returning to some sense of normality after a year and a half of uncertainty.
Twenty years ago, I found a job that was extremely rewarding. Right now, it feels like I am discovering it all over again.
A year of waiting for a sense of normality to return has been horrible. The psychological effect is now recognised and labelled as a condition of languishing.
One year after the start of the pandemic affected UK business travel, DrivenByQ experienced a £200,000 decline in turnover.
At the start of 2020 my first chauffeur blog was a prediction. This year is the same.
Loosing 14 days in isolation abroad and another 14 days in the UK, it is understandable why business travel reduced. This announcement might help!