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Hitting the summer for six

Written by on 30th May 2014
Category: SilverDoor news

The summer of cricket is in full swing, and that means our own season in SilverDoor’s private box at Lord’s has begun.

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Essential tech for business travellers

Written by on 29th May 2014
Category: Business travel and relocation

Are you a business traveller wondering if there’s something out there that will make your life that little bit easier? We’re pleased to share with you what we believe are the top 5 travel gadgets for anyone who’s away on business. 

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Relocating from India by Anant Wahad

Written by on 28th May 2014
Category: Business travel and relocation

Having moved to the UK from India a few years ago, I often get asked about the cultural differences. I’ve never worked in India and I don’t intend to any time soon, but having been raised there, there are a few distinct contrasts I’ve noticed with the work culture here in the UK.

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Sydney City Guide

Written by on 28th May 2014
Category: City guides

Sydney, known as the Harbour City, is the largest city in Australia and is a world-class business and tourist destination. Sydney hosted the 2000 Olympic Games and continues to attract around 8.3 million domestic and 2.8 million international visitors a year.

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The People Awards 2014

Written by on 23rd May 2014
Category: SilverDoor news

It’s official. SilverDoor have won the Account Management Team of the Year Award at The People Awards, 2014! 

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Relocating to the home of cricket by Joanna Cross

Written by on 22nd May 2014
Category: Business travel and relocation

From the moment I arrived as a fresh-faced Aussie girl, I knew England was different. People think that everyone from Australia speaks the same as Alf from Home and Away, blurting out phrases like “crikey”, “flaming galah” and “throw a shrimp on the barbie”. It’s not always like that, but I still proudly use words […]

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