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Turning Milanese


artoria, conveniently tucked around the corner from London’s Oxford Circus, offers a sanctuary for business lunches.


It’s the perfect setting to watch the comings and goings of Mayfair while tucking in to dishes such as veal and spinach or roasted monkfi sh, onion purée and Parma ham. The elegant Milanese-style decor incorporates cushioned sofas and table seating, interspersed with soft lighting to ensure your boss has a comfortable meeting. sartoria-restaurant.co.uk


APPS FOR BUSINESS


o, you’ve been getting to grips with the tablet computer that


was waiting for you under the Christmas tree, but want to use it for more demanding tasks than endless rounds of Angry Birds. Cloud service


JUICES FLO WING Neal’s Yard Wild Juicery in London’s Covent


GE T YOUR


Garden is the place to get a health hit in your lunch break, offering juices, nutrient-rich smoothies and high-energy snacks such as seeds and raw chocolate. The juicery also


provides guidance on nutrition, wild foraging, superfoods and superherbs, as well as offering cleansing detox programmes that use a combination of juices, herbal teas and raw foods. Find out more at wildjuicery.com.


Evernote is already a fi rm favourite with tablet users, and has now been geared for the corporate environment with the launch of Evernote Business. The original version allows users to sync notes across different devices, create and edit text notes and to-do lists, clip web pages from your desktop, share fi les, search within those


notebooks and share them over Facebook and Twitter. Evernote Business offers all of this in addition to two new tools: business notebooks for shared company information; and business libraries, a collection of all the notebooks you want shared, so you can upload them instantly for the whole company to see. evernote.com


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