The Airline Industry’s Lost Luggage Problem

The Airline Industry’s Lost Luggage Problem

Its been a turbulent year for aviation.   Following a prolonged Covid-shaped nightmare, 2022 looked to be a period of great recovery — holidaymakers, free from travel restrictions, were expected to leap at the opportunity to jet off without having to battle with...
Brewdog Opens ‘Lost Property Office’ At Waterloo

Brewdog Opens ‘Lost Property Office’ At Waterloo

Today, Brewdog are opening Waterloo’s second lost property office. Rather than being dedicated to returning misplaced items, however, this one will focus solely on dispensing martinis. Could this result in hilarious mix-ups as city workers attempt to order drinks from...
Another London venue bites the dust

Another London venue bites the dust

Anyone with a passing interest in London’s nightlife knows it’s a rough time for the industry. Although its been bad for a while (35% of London’s grassroots venues closed between 2007 and 2015), a series of high-profile closures this year has brought renewed concern....
Why Transport Operators Need A Lost Property Process

Why Transport Operators Need A Lost Property Process

Where there is transport, there is lost property. It’s one of those things you can’t get around, and frankly, it can be a pain. For the record, we’re big fans of public transport at NotLost. We would even go so far as to say that our nation’s...
When it comes to software, should I buy or build?

When it comes to software, should I buy or build?

To buy or to build, that is the question. This puzzle has scratched the heads of businesses since the dawn of time. In the modern age, the phrase is generally used about software, which is what we will be discussing today. As things change, the software available to...