Travel firm letsgo2: why we've decided to abandon our office for good

John Leonard
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No more commuting for letsgo2 employees
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No more commuting for letsgo2 employees

With homeworking forced upon it, letsgo2 realised it was paying for facilities it really didn't need

letsgo2 is a small independent travel company that arranges 5,000 holidays, with bespoke itineraries and personalised services, every year. Well, every normal year anyway. It goes without saying that...

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