There are lots of people who dream of working as a professional photographer. But while many people have a very romantic view of the life of a professional photographer, the reality is often quite different.
Of course, if you love photography, then any photography role is going to be fulfilling for you. If you want to make a living from photography, however, you have to be prepared to work for it. Here’s what you need to know going in.
If you are up and running with your home inspection business, this is cause for celebration. As you will know, it’s far from easy to start a company in the home inspector sector.
There’s the process of completing the home inspector training; then you must gain the start-up costs to start the business; then you must go up against the local, established competition and stand out from the crowd… This list goes on and on.
In the modern world we live in, nearly every kind of job requires a basic comprehension of computers.
When you take into account all of the jobs that require candidates to have immediate to advanced computer skills, it’s important that, as a student, you have a skill set in place that stands out from competitors, helping to increase the chances of you securing your dream role.
A company has been fined £2,000 for illegally placing a number of signs on the roadside advertising a Christmas event in Beverley.
Cottage Industrys Ltd of Tokenspire Business Park, Woodmansey, represented by its director Paul Leonard, admitted placing 38 signs on the sides of major roads, junctions and roundabouts to promote a Mistletoe Fair at Beverley Racecourse, held last November.
Charity Jerry Green Dog Rescue has hit out at an estate agent’s latest advertising campaign which it feels promotes the impulse purchase of puppies.
Jerry Green Dog Rescue, which has centres in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire, criticised on-line agency Purplebricks for its ad, which shows a woman returning home to find her partner has cooked a meal and bought her flowers – and a puppy.
A company director has been ordered to pay £1,763.50 after his firm illegally put signs up across the East Riding advertising a Christmas event in Beverley.
Paul Leonard, director of Cottage Industrys Ltd of Ings Lane, Dunswell, had a significant number of advertising boards placed on the public highway without permission in October last year to promote a Mistletoe Fair at Beverley Racecourse taking place in November.
The owner of a Beverley guest house whose guests complained of dirty rooms needs to pay over £7,000 after admitting to falsely claiming the establishment had a four-star rating.
John Dixon Hart, 53 of Keldgate, Beverley and owner of Beverley Guest House, formerly known as Minster Garth Guest House, appeared at Beverley Magistrates Court on Wednesday, 19 July where he pleaded guilty to charges of advertising and running a guest house below the minimum standards expected by consumers as well as one charge of using misleading adverts to suggest the guesthouse was of four-star standard.