Computer Fraud Investigation

Computer Fraud Investigation

20th Mar 2019

Investigating computer-related fraud is generally a difficult and very time-consuming subject. It can be a labyrinth for the uninitiated. Spend a bit of money and employ experienced consultants specialising in identifying fraudulent transactions, accumulating and compiling evidence of fraud which is presented at Crown Court and/or other Government agencies.  ...

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Ethics and morality in business

Ethics and morality in business

18th Mar 2019

You probably have read much over the years about the basics of ethics, leadership, stewardship, morality and social responsibility within buisnesss. You have most likely formed a good understanding of them based on your own personal experiences and thoughts. However, most people do not really take the time to understand the true meaning of values, ethics and mora ...

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GDPR – sorting the fact from the fiction

GDPR – sorting the fact from the fiction

15th Mar 2019

The General Data Protection Regulation came into force on 25 May 2018. That’s not new news. But it is a fact. It’s also fact that not everything you read or hear about the GDPR is true.​ So, I want to set the record straight. I want to bust the myths. Because I know that most organisations want to get the GDPR right. Lets separate the fact from ...

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How To Deal With Betrayal

How To Deal With Betrayal

14th Mar 2019

One of the most painful experiences is the feeling of being betrayed, especially by someone you love and trusted. Betrayal hurts and you will feel the stab in the heart. i guess  It’s natural to feel hurt, angry, resentful, and even to want to close your heart as a way to protect yourself from the pain. So my solution is this acknowledge the hurt, feel ...

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Top 10 0f the most beautiful places in… Dorset

Top 10 0f the most beautiful places in… Dorset

10th Mar 2019

1.   Lulworth Cove.  Lulworth Cove is located near the village of West Lulworth, on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The cove attracts approximately 500,000 visitors a year, due to its clear waters and the surrounding cove walls that form a pretty sun trap. Coach parking is available in the village, and groups can explore the quaint seaside ...

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Competition law - the basics - DONT GET STITCHED UP

Competition law - the basics - DONT GET STITCHED UP

10th Feb 2019

Failure to comply with UK or EU competition law will, therefore, continue to have very serious potential consequences.  Firms involved in anti-competitive behaviour may find their agreements to be unenforceable and risk being fined up to 10% of group global turnover for particularly damaging behaviour as well as exposing themselves to possible damages action ...

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InterChoice Wins - Best Coach or Tour Operator - UK Tours 2018

InterChoice Wins - Best Coach or Tour Operator - UK Tours 2018

10th Oct 2018

Providing coach travel to groups across the UK, InterChoice was a popular WINNER of the award with its highly regarded team all smiles as they took to stage. "It means so much to us to have won the Best Coach or Tour Operator - UK Tours Award. We really appreciate all of the support and want to thank all of the readers for voting for us. We're still ...

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The UK Group Travel Awards

The UK Group Travel Awards

3rd Apr 2017

We are delighted to announce that you have been voted as a finalist in the 2017 Group Travel Awards by the readers of GTO magazine. The UK Group Travel Awards has earned an enviable reputation as the most distinguished and respected event serving the group travel market; they reflect a highly valued endorsement from customers in this most important market se ...

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New Group Sales Executive

New Group Sales Executive

20th Mar 2017

Janine Akalley Joins InterChoice as Group Sales Executive with many years of experience within travel and tourism spending most of the last 13 years dealing with Group Travel Organisers. Janine is looking forward to helping you with all your Travel reqirements.

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