FIVE JOBS+ at the IFB!!! A place companies go to grow.

One of the world’s biggest business festivals is on our doorstep. But with 30,000 delegates from 100 countries and millions of pounds at stake, it’s showtime at the Liverpool waterfront.

Yesterday, I spoke to George Osborne over his commitment to the Knowsley North Shakespeare project and he was all enthused about the new development. Later Mayor Anderson told me of the fantastic plans taking place for 2018, ten years after City of Culture; events with the Giants making a comeback and Shakespeare’s Northern Theatre hopefully completed with the Northern Powerhouse certainly on its way to making this region a thoroughly attractive and perfect cultural destination adding millions to the economy.

Being at the IFB for me, was one way I could network and promote the city I love. Making money on the first day was a bit of a tall order but that I did, and you too can make a profit if you follow the Beach Huts.

Now, the Beach Huts run from the Exhibition Centre to the Strand and are open until 4pm weekends 7pm on weekdays. They are not to be missed, and might I say, are a superb piece of inventive, artistic landscape creativity. Inside each Hut you may discover an artist, designer,poet, performer or entrepeneur.

Yesterday I signed up for zero hours with a Five Jobs+Contract and after a titillating interview of about 20mins I soon had work with one of the UK’s leading employment support and coaching services companies, helping me get to work more, for less.

At Five Jobs+ I will be coached for their needs and with their £1 bond scheme I was sure to continually have only one supplier of work, ensuring I need not look any further. They looked forward to seeing me working harder, not smarter in the very near future and thanked me because it was people like me that let them become more competitive in a growing jobs market, by enabling Five Jobs+ to gain the skills and labour they need.
They looked forward to seeing me working MORE for LESS.

I signed the contract there and then and accepted the £1 and the terms and conditions of employment.

By signing the agreement, I was acknowledging that I had participated in an Arts Project as part of the Metal Beach Huts for the International Festival of Business.

You too can join in the fun by journeying down to the Waterfront this week and engage with the many varied cultural activities at the Metal Beach Hut Project.

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