Change is in the Wind this September…

By Aneta Manningtonova

It’s that time of year again; summer/winter has passed and the start of the busy period is upon us. For many of us, the kids are back in school (back to normality finally!) and work is about to get hectic. Here at Business Review Webinars, change is in the wind. Over the next 3 months we will be providing for you the most webinars that we have ever done which you can view here! We have also gained a couple of new team members, and the team are refreshed from their holidays. This summer between us, we have explored Mallorca, Holland, Spain, Greece, Czech Republic, England, Italy, France and Shawn our Marketing Executive is heading down under (Australia) in November.

Amsterdam cityscape with the Mint tower at dusk





In spite of the weather turning colder, we in the UK are hoping for an Indian summer. This is a heat wave that occurs in the autumn, which forecasters have predicted might happen in the coming weeks. We are also looking forward to the autumn equinox on September 23rd, where the day and night are approximately the same length. The beginning of September also signifies the start of International Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. As a result, there are many different events occurring across the UK, varying from running and cycling – to extreme sports and gala events all in the name of charity. Get involved here!

bunter Herbsttag






In sporting news, the US Open has kicked off in late August with the last match being the Men’s singles final on 8th September. There has already been a huge upset with Caroline Wozniacki defeating Maria Sharapova to reach the women’s quarter finals. Our UK star Andy Murray struggled with a cramp during one of his early round matches, but has come back strong to now face Novak Djokovic in the Quarterfinals; good luck to both of them!

A major exhibition is staging up on the 18th September at the British Museum, exploring: ‘Ming: 50 years that changed China’. The powerful Ming family established Beijing as the capital city and also built the Forbidden City between AD 1400 and 1450. During this period Chinese artists created some of the most beautiful objects and paintings ever made. A range of these striking objects will be featured at this exhibition, including gold, jewellery, paintings, sculptures etc. Many of these items have never been seen outside of China and have only recently been discovered. You can find out more and book here!

Verbotene Stadt in Beijing Panorama





Another exciting event taking place in London is at Eltham Palace, where the art deco fair is being held. The beautiful palace was built by the wealthy Courtauld family and is the childhood home of King Henry VIII. This event is among the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in England and the event will take you on a journey into Eltham Palace’s past. Find out more here!

So if you are looking for something fun to do in London this September, we hope these ideas will inspire you. For those, outside of London why not take some time out during this busy month and get involved in a local charity or explore some sporting events, museums and galleries.

Have a great month!

Aneta ManningtonovaHead of Marketing Business Review Webinars

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