BCCT Member London Bridge Project is delighted to announce that they have won the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Awards 2019 under the “Newcomer of the Year” category after having been shortlisted from a list of over hundreds of applicants.
I think most of the people have a culture that believes in miracles and “last-minute goals”. We have a structure that believes that everything will happen spontaneously and suddenly. This optimism manifests itself not only in our social life but also in our business life. While always focusing on the results of success stories; We don't care much about where and how success has come from. We don't even look at the failed ones. Or we believe that we can do miracles when everyone fails, but they don't! At least it cannot be systematic or sustainable.
We have a very sincere, fun and sincere culture. Most of the time we enjoy it; We boast of our hospitality and solidarity. Of course, it is good to behave with sincerity and sincerity, but there are serious problems of acting only with our own characteristics without adopting different cultures and different ways of doing business.
Yes, the title may not make much sense, but I have a reason! Especially before going to England there is a perception assuming England=London! I was part of this group at the time and I was not aware of the distinction until I moved to England and started to work in different cities of the country.