There are many powerful bodies, organisations and recognisable brands in the world including the United Nations, the European Union and Microsoft among others but, as I’m sure you’ll agree, TS has long commanded top spot.
The proof as they say is in the pudding…well in this case it was an email but bear with TS, its still early and we’ve yet to take a sip of our skinny grande latte darling!
This morning TS received correspondence over its call last week for several PwC partners to sign up to tread the boards at the firms’ annual panto this Christmas.
One of those mentioned, tax partner and famous media luvvy John Whiting, told TS this morning that he’d received ‘the call’ to appear in the star studded (cough, splutter) ‘but all for a good cause’ PwC version of Jack and the Beanstalk. According to Whiting, the call came from the ‘directors’ assistant’s assistant’ who mentioned he had a ‘partette’ for Dame Whiting.
He then went on to say that he’d had numerous suggestions from colleagues on which part to play but that ‘not all were printable’.
Can TS perhaps suggest he enquires into whether the part of the bean seller is vacant?
Long may the power of TS influence the largest global companies to dress their employees up in tights and silly hats to be ridiculed on stage by hordes of laughing children.
For more suggestions on John’s role, read TS in tomorrow’s edition of Accountancy Age.
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