Feel the rhythm and let the ideas flow. Yes you can-can

Picture your boss in a tutu, throwing the IT guy across the office to the sound of massed horns. Doesn’t really work, does it?

Spare a thought, then, for the poor devils at FutureBrand, which has signed a deal with George Piper Dances, “one of the UK’s most popular dance companies”. GPD will “use the potential of dance as a way of developing FutureBrand’s employees’ creative and physical expression”. Bet they can’t wait. As the Diary well knows, spinning round on tip-toe for hours in pointy shoes is just the thing to get the creative juices flowing after a heavy Sunday drinking session. Settles the stomach a treat.

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