Blog posts tagged with 'corporate venue'
I got to own Brinsop Court by selling sportswear. Lots of it. I started on a decorating table on a Saturday and Sunday with my friend Sally. She got tired of it, so I got my husband to help me. Actually we were selling anything my brother’s friend couldn’t sell in his Sports Shop. Fairly quickly we realised why these things had not sold. But we persevered.… read more on How I Got to Own Brinsop Court – part 1
One thing Brinsop can never be accused of is boring and bland! Brinsop Court, as many of you know, is a quintessential English country manor house, which until a few years ago has been a family home for several centuries. It is still owned by a local Herefordshire family. Having opened its doors to holiday makers initially and now to wedding parties and corporate guests we are… read more on Quintessentially English venue
Last week our corporate clients had an amazing time and sent us a poem along with their thank you! A Poem by Wordsworth .. escaped us, so we wrote this … Towards haunts of Wordsworth we doth journey Intrepid Circle Agency – up too early A valued break from clients’ ambition To inspire the team is Circle’s mission. We’ll proudly shout that we are here Brand… read more on Corporate Clients Moved to Poetry
Sometimes it is hard to see the wood for the trees when you are closely involved in a business and it can often help a business to go off site to focus on strategic planning or hold their quarterly or annual reviews. We did it recently ourselves and rather than sit in the office, we went off to Ivy Cottage and brainstormed what we needed to do… read more on Brinsop Means Business!