Oscar could have spent his half-term week in bed until late morning. A light lunch could have preceded a spot of Xbox and an afternoon kick about with his mates on the playing field.
Instead, he foolishly chose to absorb the intricacies of asset finance, real estate development funding, commercial investment, business loans, trade finance, and the timings of money.... and that was Monday taken care of!
However, today he was able to take a moment to relax in the afternoon sun when he presented a video camera donation on behalf of Jake Humphrey, to Jack Edwards, Communications & Marketing, at ‘BREAK, one of Norfolk’s oldest local
When TV presenter Jake Humphrey won a ‘GoPro 4’ video camera at a recent Norfolk business exhibition while working as a patron on behalf of ‘Break’, he did not hesitate to donate his prize to this local charity.
Visiting the stand of Framingham Pigot based commercial finance broker, B2B Cashflow Solutions, with Caroline Williams (CEO) of Norfolk Chamber, Jake successfully guessed the number of steps it took to walk from the Norfolk Chamber offices (NR4 6DJ) to ‘a financial solution’ with B2B Cashflow Solutions at the Norfolk Chamber B2B Exhibition at Norwich City Football Club.
To ensure fair-play, Nick Flower, Director, B2B Cashflow Solutions used a ‘GoPro’ camera to video his walk along the 2.1 mile route.
Liz Richards, Senior Communications Officer at ‘Break’, who was delighted at the news, explained ‘as a charity we restrict expenditure in areas which don’t directly benefit the children, young people, and families we support. Jake’s kind donation enhances our ability to produce information videos which promote awareness of our valuable work in supporting these vulnerable young people.’
Not a bad day’s work for a lad who, this morning, made his first commercial investment on behalf of our business, in a housing development project near Birmingham!
… he also made his first ever cup of tea… I have a feeling it won’t be his last!