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In Review: Gridiron

The basics: 19 Old Park Ln, Mayfair, London W1K 1LB 020 7447 1080 gridironlondon.com A snapshot: Gridiron brings a contemporary, pared-back version of Mayfair sophistication to Old Park Lane, with no white table cloths in sight. This is the place for your principal to wine and dine clients, with high quality food and drinks from

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PAs and EAs, do you suffer from imposter syndrome in the workplace?

If you’ve ever looked around your workplace and thought ‘I really don’t belong here’, it’s possible that you’ve experienced something called imposter syndrome. It first appeared in the 1970’s and is now a broad term to describe when both men and women don’t believe they’re worthy of their professional standing. Carole Ann Rice, one of

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Why you should consider hiring an art expert

Tiger Private’s Experts offer bespoke, one-to-one experiences and specialised knowledge in niche fields. As professionals working at the top of their game, they have extensive experience working with high net worth individuals around the world. Anna, our resident art expert, has extensive experience having worked with London’s leading art dealers and auction houses, and now

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Habits of highly effective private PAs to HNWI

To say that being a personal assistant to a private individual is demanding would be an absolute understatement! As an exclusive household staffing agency, we understand that supporting a principal in their private life can mean that you’re on call at all hours of the day and must sometimes do the impossible. If you want

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In Review: The Betterment

The basics: 44 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, W1K 2HP 020 7596 3200 Thebettermentmayfair.com/restaurant/ A snapshot: Situated in grand hotel The Biltmore, Jason Atherton’s latest venture is a wonderful edition to Grosvenor Square. From the modern sophistication of the dining room to the menu that celebrates local ingredients, this is the place for your principal’s next lunchtime

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Where to spend Burns night in London

Is there anything more Scottish than Burns night? Bagpipers, haggis, and readings of Robert Burn’s famous poems usually make up a traditional supper. Luckily, for London-based Scots, there are many options for where to spend January 25th. Skylight Rooftop Bar, Docklands tobaccodocklondon.com/skylight/ London’s rooftop ice skating rink and bar is organising an alternate Burns night

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In Review: Nobu

The Basics: 15 Berkeley St, Mayfair, London W1J 8DY 020 7290 9222 noburestaurants.com/london-berkeley-st/home/ A snapshot: Situated amongst Mayfair’s premium sushi restaurants, Nobu is a jewel in the crown of high-end Japanese food, just off Berkeley Square. Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch-time bite, or a lavish five course meal, Nobu caters to all requirements

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In Review: The Ivy Asia

The basics: 20 New Change, London EC4M 9AD 020 3971 2600 theivyasia.com A snapshot: The Ivy Asia is one of London’s hottest new restaurants, offering Asian-themed cuisine and extravagant décor that’s designed to impress. Situated in the heart of the City overlooking St. Paul’s Cathedral, this restaurant is a must visit for a principal looking

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Remote working for the first time? Here are three tips to help you perfect your new workspace

In my four-year professional career, my experience working from home has consisted of approximately two days of developing sciatica and calling IT. It’s therefore understandable (I tell myself) that I haven’t managed to create a perfectly Zen office at home, featuring wall plants and an exercise ball to sit on. Faced with the current COVID-19

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