Winter Newsletter 2016
Hello everyone and welcome to our Winter 2016 issue of The Great British Broker.
It is hard to believe that winter is upon us once more but listening to my neighbour scrapping the ice off his car windscreen has certainly brought it home! However, with the ice and cold comes the season to be jolly!
Here at Invicta we have enormous respect for the people who own or work in care homes throughout the UK. Ensuring that senior members of society enjoy a full, rich and dignified life is so important, especially today as we see an ever increasing older population. The Care Sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK, so why are so many insurance companies pulling out of this market? We don’t think that’s fair so have decided to step in and help.
At Invicta you always receive pleasant, helpful and friendly service but what do you know of the terrific people who make up the Invicta team? In this spot of our newsletter we will introduce you to members of the Invicta staff who help to provide our customers with quality and courteous service on a daily basis. As this is the festive issue of our newsletter we have decided to feature our three talented apprentice Customer Service Advisors Jess, Jaide and Jessica!
Christmas is a time of celebration and relaxation for most, but it can bring extra challenges for owners of small businesses. From supplier closures to staff holidays, the festive season can put extra pressure on SMEs, resulting in many having to forgo their celebrations. With decision -makers facing a number of extra challenges, we’ve put together some top tips for our business customers, which could help to ease pressure and allow them some respite during the festive season.
The countdown to Christmas has officially begun, so we have put together a list of 10 festive celebrations taking place in Kent this year!
Visitors to the Garden of England will be spoiled for choice when it comes to fun-filled days out, irresistible shopping opportunities, places to party and stunning winter scenery. Residents will be amazed at just how much there is to see and do right on their doorstep – from Christmas markets and sparkling castles, to ice skating and a festive train journeys!
Being British we do like to talk about the weather and we certainly seem to be getting all the extremes lately! In the winters of the past, snow was always a major concern when driving but today rain and flooding seem to be the biggest worry. As we saw from Storm Angus a few weeks ago, things can certainly get wet pretty quickly at this time of year and it may not be too long before you find yourself sitting in your car pondering the question: ‘Can I drive my car through that enormous puddle?’