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Vardags named as one the UK's top female-powered businesses

We are delighted to announce that we have been featured in JP Morgan’s inaugural league table of the Top 200 female-powered businesses in the UK! The table, commissioned by JP Morgan and carried out by Beauhurst, studied the 6,085 high-growth companies in the UK that are founded, led or managed by women. To determine the top 200, the... Read More

Late donation brings Vardags total to £11,609

Bolstered by a late donation to our fundraising efforts, Vardags are delighted to announce that we have raised a whopping £11,609 for Smart Works as part of the cycle for Smart Works challenge.  Back in March, 25 intreprid employees signed up to the Cycle for Smart Works challenging, cycling a combined 2,400 miles to raise money... Read More

Vardags raise over £11,000 for Smart Works

With 2,400 miles cycled between 25 intrepid Vardags employees, we are delighted to announce that Vardags has raised a total of £11,109 for Smart Works! Congratulations to all those who took part. Smart Works is a charity dedicated to tackling long term unemployment among women. It provides both high quality interview clothes and... Read More

Alex McCready discusses “explosive” Harry and Meghan interview on ITV News

Appearing on ITV News’ flagship broadcast last night, Alex McCready, Head of Reputation and Privacy at Vardags, discussed the upcoming interview between Harry, Meghan Markle and Oprah Winfrey. The interview, which is due to be broadcast on the US channel CBS late on Sunday, before being repeated for British audiences on Monday on... Read More

Vardags embrace challenge of Cycle for Smart Works 2021

This week, from Monday 1st to Sunday the 8th, we are participating in the Cycle for Smart Works challenge. Smart Works is a charity dedicated to tackling long term unemployment among women. It provides both high quality interview clothes and training to unemployed women in need. With referrals from job centres, work programmes, prisons, care... Read More

Children’s Mental Health Week 2021 – A Children Lawyer’s Perspective

This is perhaps the most important Children’s Mental Health Week there has ever been, in the middle of the third national lockdown of the pandemic and with schools again closed. Children, like adults, have been ordered by the UK government to stay at home, and are trying to get used to the dramatic impact this is having on their daily... Read More

How to remove defamatory online reviews

Key to the reputation of any business is how their service is viewed by consumers. Whilst previously conceptions could be cultivated through word of mouth or direct advertising, the rise of review sites has fundamentally altered the landscape. Now, potential consumers are able to peruse hundreds of testimonials of former customers with just... Read More

Social media at a crossroads

Like almost all social media platforms, Twitter was originally designed with a purely social purpose. By posting status updates, users could communicate, keep in touch with distant friends and share what they had been getting up to. 15 years later, the platform is almost entirely unrecognisable. With over 300 million users, spanning... Read More

Courts to remain open but virtual hearings considered default option

Following the re-imposition of a national lockdown on Monday, the government confirmed that the fulfilment of legal obligations, such as attending court, was included in the list of reasonable excuses for leaving the house. The government also confirmed that court buildings would remain open, a change from the March lockdown when over half of... Read More

Property in 2020: Buyer numbers jump 40% compared to 2019

According to figures released by property website Zoopla, 2020 marked a boom in the property market with both the total value of deals completed and the total number of buyers significantly outstripping their 2019 levels. By the end of the year, the total value of all British property deals will amount to £300 billion, a 26% increase... Read More
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