…but none pulled out of HMRC’s hat ! In short this was a budget of few surprises. more »
SimplyBiz is making way for continued growth as Chairman Ken Davy looks to sell or float part of the businessChit Chat : 16/01/2015 12:12 : Chit Chat, News
Our client, SimplyBiz is making way for continued growth as Chairman Ken Davy looks to sell or float part of the business that he has developed since its formation in 2002. For more information read the Examiners article – Ken Davy looks to float part of SimplyBiz firm.
Simply Biz is the largest supporter of directly authorised advisers in the market and provides regulatory guidance and support along with their added value services.
Click to find out more about this compliance firm.
Our client, Nexus Vehicle Management, is the leading provider of corporate vehicle rental in the UK and is the only provider that can offer their customers any vehicle, anytime, anywhere. Nexus Vehicle Rental has launched the latest version of their software, a digital booking system known as IRIS.
The system boasts a number of new features that makes the, already sleek booking system, more efficient and easy to use.
CKMA create opportunities, keep their members informed, connect with businesses and are the ‘voice’ of manufacturing representing Calderdale and Kirklees. The opportunities the organisation creates are:
- To buy from local suppliers
- To sell to local companies
- To collaborate on larger projects
The CKMA can provide access to:
- Up to the minute, relevant information
- Experienced support and help
running your business
- Professional help through ‘Ask The Expert’
- Strong links to local authorities
- Funding and grant support updates
We are delighted to announce our partnership with CKMA. We have joined the membership as Sponsors and feature in the ‘Ask the Experts’ area of their website. As part of our support, Jennifer Davies is running a series of workshops.
Would you like your customers to pay more quickly?
This is one in a series of workshops designed, for CKMA members, to share best practice in various areas of a business’ finance. Not just about credit control, but going right back to the start of the sales process, we will discuss what best practice is at each stage, all the way through to collecting the cash.
The aims are maximising efficiency and minimising bad debts and time spent on chasing. We will aim to answer the question:
“What does best practice look like?”
If you are a CKMA member or are thinking about joining and want to attend the workshop, book your place.
Your business plan is your recipe for success. It is a formal statement of your objectives and your plan for achieving them. more »
Steve Bradley, Pennine Business Partners to reboot Colne Valley Networking event. In today’s Examiner, Steve mentions that there are over 1000 businesses in the Colne Valley area and that it was time to bring back a once successfull networking event.
The event is to take place on a quaterly basis and aims to have speakers to support and grow business owners.
For more information contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are numerous ways to exit a business but we focus on what is right for you and look at the necessary tax planning to maximise your return. more »
Have you ever wanted to know how you fare against your competition? At Revell Ward we encourage all our clients to benchmark themselves using our specialised software. more »
We take you through a series of important questions and focus on the long term income streams and asset pool and create the timeline to achieve your business and in turn your personal goals. more »
We’re supporting the Huddersfield Food & Drink Festival – Free Spork anyone?
The Huddersfield Food & Drink Festival 2014 (HF&DF) is fast approaching and last year it was a fantastic event. more »
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