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How to Find Your Next Great Work-from-Home Opportunity During COVID-19

If you’ve lost your work-from-home job due to the coronavirus outbreak, there’s no need to begin the search for an in-office position if you’d like to continue working remotely. Below, we’ve provided some tips on finding and landing new remote work opportunities — and building a successful work-from-home career that will outlast the COVID-19 pandemic.

Explore the Different Types of Remote Work 

As you begin your search for new work-from-home jobs, you’ll first need to think about the specific type of remote work opportunity you’re looking for.

Several types of remote work opportunities include:
Side gigs like pet sitting, online tutoring, website testing, and dropshipping.Freelancing your expertise as a sole trader or limited liability company (LLC).Full-time remote work for companies that hire work-from-home employees. How to Find and Land Work-from-Home Opportunities 

Finding and landing a remote work opportunity may seem impossible in a time like COVID-19, but it’ll be easier than yo…
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Exclusively-Nikon Grays of Westminster Becomes the First Camera Shop in the World to be Granted a Coat of Arms


Grays of Westminster, located in central London, a short distance from the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Knightsbridge, was founded almost thirty years ago by Gray Levett with the idea of creating a world-class camera store, which would offer a service that was second to none. Grays of Westminster is to many photographers not just a camera-shop but an institution, one that has attracted customers from all over the world and from all walks of life. It evolved from a modest mail order company in the mid-1980s to its present, highly-respected position in the photographic industry with over 47,000 customers world-wide, that have included the legendary film-director, Stanley Kubrick, David Suchet, best-known in his role as Hercule Poirot, Agatha Christie’s famous sleuth, Lord Snowdon, world-famous National Geographic pho…

University of Surrey's International Alumni Day

I decided to visit my old university on its grand open day for the alumni, on Sat 14th July 2012. I studied Hotel & Catering Management 1981-85 (now called Hospitality and Tourism Management). I was accompanied by my old chum Gary Byrne who, 1981-85, studied Language and International Studies (that department is also bound to have changed its name too by now).





Gary attended a concert (Symphonova - a world first) while I went to a reception put on by my department. I was hoping to see lots of old friends but it turned out that I was the only one there from my year! Anyway, it was good to go back. The place has grown almost beyond recognition. It appears that any green spaces that I remember have now been built on!

Greenfields Theatre Company Presents: The Three Musketeers

Once again, the Greenfields Theatre Company proved itself highly professional having just put on a wonderful and very successful production of The Three Musketeers by Ken Ludwig, as part of Greenfields School's end of year celebrations.
In was a daunting task in the shadow of GTC's rip-roaring success last year, The 39 Steps, but the cast and crew really pulled it off - it was hilarious! The audiences on all three nights this year were delighted with the performances.