28 years ago, Microsoft Windows didn’t exist, the first IBM PC wasn’t much better than a calculator and cost £2,000. Remember that fax machine?
A year later, while working my way through music college in London, I earned the opportunity to run the chip trading division of my employer’s business – at age twenty. The culture was to work hard and play hard. As a group, within our team and amongst our clients, we organised activities or visited a destination. We discovered it was the best way to bond. Barriers came down. Profits went up.