“Plenty of speakers but thankfully no microphones”

Against a global backdrop of political turmoil and trading uncertainty, the Interfacio team had the pleasure of getting together in London last week to focus on how we can continue to improve what we do, and celebrate the successes of another busy and productive year.  

After spending a day with our CRM vendor on the latest search methodology and client collaboration tools, we spent another day at our offices in Kingston-Upon-Thames to look together as a delivery team at how we can better coordinate internally on client project activity as we grow. With the hard work done we settled into the business of another memorable evening, returning to No 97 in Surbiton, one of London’s newest and coolest specialty gin and dining venues.

To kick off the evening we learned a few gems about this oh-so-fashionable tipple, and tasted some of the venue’s own creations.

Did you know, the name ‘Gin’ comes from Jenever, Dutch for Juniper after berries from the plant were added to base spirit to make it more palatable so it could be used to trad