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!
Things were looking good for our fifteenth birthday. Then we were closed because of a pandemic.
Accounting is probably the last thing a chauffeur wants to think about but in reality, it should be the first.