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The ability of businesses to adapt to change will define those that will thrive in the future. Whilst businesses have always had to adapt, recent months have proved testing. Now, as the country starts to reopen and the economy is expected to rebound, businesses face a new challenge – changing from survival to growth. Our panel of experts, including Dr William Bird, GP and CEO of Intelligent Health, Nolli Waterman, HSBC Global Rugby Ambassador, Glen Mullins, Managing Director, VUE Ltd, and Brandon Bichler, Partner at Elixirr, discuss how businesses can build personal and business resilience and create strategies that can help people and businesses thrive.
Many growing firms are reluctant to engage a lawyer – yet failure to cover legal issues costs SMEs more than £13bn every year. Taking action to anticipate legal problems is likely to be well worthwhile.
Sarah Beattie takes us through the lessons she learned while starting up Fun Fest, a company specialising in high quality children’s holiday clubs, before and after school clubs, parties and nurseries. Sarah explains the essentials of starting a business from scratch and how her marketing, finances and business planning have evolved from day one.
In times of financial uncertainty, knowing how to maximise your cash flow could make the difference between surviving and positively thriving. We take a look at some of the strategies businesses could use for optimising cash flow in challenging times.
2020 was a year like no other. As we move into 2021, we look at what challenges businesses will face and where any opportunities may lie.
Manual processing and time-consuming reconciliations were threatening Tillo’s growth ambitions. But for the digitally focused business, technology provided the answer, with Treasury APIs and virtual accounts unlocking efficiency and enhancing customer service.
Exporting can open up a new world of opportunities for your business – but is it right for you and what is the right approach to take?
Controlling cash flow is a crucial part of running a business. Spare cash can be invested in growing the business, for example by buying new equipment or building up stocks to satisfy future demand.
Whether you want to raise funding or to understand the best opportunities for your business, a business plan is essential.