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Diving With Sharks – Or Into Business?

Rune Sovndahl in Director Magazine

Are you an adventurer or an entrepreneur? Fantastic Services’ CEO Rune Sovndahl thinks that being one will make you better at the other. But why?

Director Magazine – the online and offline business expertise portal, is currently running a series of articles on “How Adventure Makes You A Better Leader”.

So they were only too happy to chat with Rune about why he thinks being adventurous in your private life sets you up for success in your business life. (more…)

Meet the Pros: Simeon

“Success does not lie in copying others, but in finding your inner strength to become something more.”

We always had the pleasure of working beside some truly fantastic specialists, so we thought it’s about time we introduce you to the diligent experts who make our services possible. Let’s meet the first pro, Simeon Sabev – a full-time tree surgeon and an outstanding team leader. (more…)

Rune’s Open Letter to the Editor of The Evening Standard

Rune Sovndahl Open Letter in The Evening Standard

 

Rune recently wrote to the editor’s section of The Evening Standard. He wanted to talk about an issue that is close to his heart. As the CEO of a business that works with and employs a number of skilled economic migrants, and with so much talk in the papers of BREXIT, he felt it was time to share his opinion on the matter. His letter is an open and honest reflection of his personal experience, when something similar was happening in his country of birth, Denmark. (more…)

A Little Community Spirit Goes a Long Way

Fantastic Help for Singlegate Primary School

The Borough of Merton is home to a great little primary school that goes by the name of Singlegate Primary School. Part of a joint federation with William Morris Primary they form the grounding for their communities growth.Our society’s future depends on the education of the next generation, and that education is a responsibility for us all to take seriously. (more…)

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