A writer with a background in lifestyle journalism, Larissa covers all things content at Tiger. Hailing from Sydney, she made the move to London straight after university to start her career in the place she considers the centre of the world.
She spends her days (in between exploring her new city) writing, editing, strategising and analysing print and digital content, ensuring it is in line with long-term business objectives.
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Latest Insights by Larissa Shearman
Watch – Two VAs share their best-practice tips for working remotely
Permanent Consultant, Bertie Siggers, interviews two experienced virtual assistants about their tips, in order to help personal assistants with the transition to working remotely. They cover: Their favourite technology Staying motivated and productive while working from home Their remote workspace Structuring their day Learning opportunities Creating boundaries Improving communication with their principals Their tips for
Fourteen of the best London food deliveries and takeaways in lockdown
Updated 21st May 2020 If you find that you have a little extra pocket money in the bank at the end of this month (just another perk of not having to commute to work), why not support local restaurants and businesses who can deliver directly to your door? We’ve put together a collection of the
How to build positive routines while in lockdown
If you’re like us and going into Week Four of WFH (working-from-home as if you didn’t know), you might be starting to feel a little foggy! While every morning may begin with a Groundhog Day-type feel to it, it’s important to try to use your time to build a positive routine. Below, Sara Picken-Brown, Founder
IWD 2020: Career tips from the women on our management team
At Tiger, we feel very lucky that our management team is made up, for the most part, of strong women! However, we know this isn’t the norm and, according to research from Catalyst, only 29% of senior management roles worldwide were held by women in 2019. In the UK, we fare slightly better, with 37.2%
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