Wherever you are in the life cycle of your business, whether it is just an idea, you have growth ambitions, or you are dreaming of retirement, there are lots of useful planning tips that can help that business journey.
There has been a record-breaking number of new businesses being started since lockdown. 47% more new companies were set up in June 2020 compared to the previous year, shown from Companies House data analysed by the Centre for Entrepreneurs.
Our Business Advisers know what it takes to create a start-up business that will last. The first few months can be daunting, especially during a recession, which is why our experts have come together to produce a guide which includes useful advice, from handy check lists through to VAT and record keeping. Read the full guide here: http://bit.ly/haz-start-up-guide
It may be the next step for your start-up or for a more established organisation, but most businesses are looking to recover lost revenue and strengthen their future. To help, our experts have looked at what growing businesses need, such as cash flow, marketing, risk management and Research & Development. Read the full guide here.
Some owners may be considering selling their business, retiring or securing value, either now or in the future. To complement the guides referred to above, we have produced a series of short webinars to review the process and key considerations. Senior Manager, Rich Grover, talks through the exit planning approach and things you need to consider in order to maximise and protect business value. You can watch the first two episodes here.
As part of supporting leaders and entrepreneurs with their #BusinessForTomorrow, our advisers have been working hard to develop a range of useful information and guidance, enabling business owners to gain a clearer understanding of their current circumstances and the direction they want to be heading in next. Read more here.
For more information on how you can plan for your next business move, speak to Rhiannon Hooper at email@example.com or phone 01242 237661, or Rich Grover at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01242 680000.