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Recruitment firm helping clients beat coronavirus


A Cheltenham-based HR and recruitment consultancy is working flat out to help its clients get through the coronavirus crisis. The firm is Brave Human Capital Group Limited,


which manages outsourced human resources for a variety of businesses throughout the Midlands, as well as helping them recruit the right staff. The firm has been at the thick of it during the


coronavirus lockdown, which it says has been an ‘incredible challenge’. James Fleming, managing director, said: “The last


month has been an incredible challenge one for us, as it has for all businesses.


‘The last month has been an incredible challenge one for us, as it has for all businesses’


“Despite this, we have continued to grow and


support our clients with innovative ways to engage and maintain a healthy workforce, maximise skills and workforce utilisation, improve business flexibility and avoid redundancies. “We’ve helped a large financial services business


move people from quiet areas to busy areas to make sure everyone is fully utilised. “We also set up online company meetings,


gatherings, socials to maintain employee engagement and wellness for a communications business. “We also helped a chain of pubs with furloughing


staff, organising the process and ensuring it is communicated in the right way. We've also set up virtual assessment centres for a wealth management to enable recruitment to continue.” Brave Human Capital was founded three years ago


and has a team of five qualified professionals with more than 60 years of experience between them. The firm supports organisations and businesses from all sectors, including financial services,


James Fleming: An ‘incredibly challenging’ time


technology, creative and marketing, retail and professional services. Its client list includes companies with as many as


3,000 employees, which is has supported with programmes of restructuring and large recruitment projects, to businesses of seven to 10 people who need guidance on day-to-day issues and someone to discuss employment related issues with. Mr Fleming said: “We are a small (but growing) HR


and recruitment consultancy business and support large and small organisations with outsourced HR support, consultancy projects and sustainably priced recruitment solutions. “We pride ourselves on our hands-on, tailored


approach and personal service alongside our industry leading solutions which help our clients grow and reach maximum performance everyday. “We give business owners and managers the


confidence to tackle even the most difficult situations.”


Prepay app creator seeks crowdfunding


A Birmingham-based IT company which has developed a pre- payment app aimed at reducing food and drink queues at venues has launched a crowdfunding scheme. Zapaygo, which recently joined


forces with the NEC and its electronic point of sale (EPOS) partner, Veteda, to pioneer the new app in the UK, is hoping to raise around £250k from the venture. The money will be used to roll


out the app – which has been a huge hit in the US – at other venues in the Midlands. Those investing upwards of £10


in Zapaygo during the crowdfunding initiative will own a small slice of the company. Zapaygo’s John Checkley said:


“A new tranche of funding will be raised and allocated to deploying and operationalising the system within the Midlands area while launching a world leading approach to simplifying promotions, rewards, loyalty and discounting, helping consumers get the most from the offers they have available. “The demand for apps and


online services, like Zapaygo provides, is growing exponentially. “Let’s develop a business


together and contribute towards the prevention of a global economic collapse when the crisis is over. “Businesses investing will receive


Zapaygo order fees credit and an allocation of ZAPS rewards points to distribute to customers as perks.” Zapaygo says the pre-order


market has grown significantly, particularly Stateside at coffee houses such as Starbucks, where half of all orders are placed via mobile phones.


National Memorial Arboretum goes for gold


Award winning: The National Memorial Arboretum


The National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire has been awarded a prestigious ‘VisitEngland Gold Accolade’, in recognition of the exceptional visitor experience it provides. VisitEngland is England’s tourist


authority, and the award follows a series of accolades for the Staffordshire-based Arboretum in recent years. These include being named


‘Large Visitor Attraction of the Year’ by VisitEngland in 2018. The Arboretum was eligible for


the latest award due to the high score it received during a recent visitor attraction quality scheme assessment, which was conducted by an independent assessor. The assessment evaluated all aspects of the visitor experience,


including the 150-acre woodland and garden site’s exhibition programme, guided tours, restaurant, coffee shop and the customer service provided by staff and volunteers. Philippa Rawlinson, managing


director of the National Memorial Arboretum, said: “This latest award is a testament to the incredible efforts of our staff and volunteer team who strive all year round to deliver a first-class visitor experience for everyone. “We are continually investing in


our visitor amenities to ensure that the hundreds of thousands of people who visit us each year have a memorable and meaningful experience that allows them to engage with remembrance.”


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