Monthly Archives: July 2011

Short and sweet

So you need to find an accountant. There are lots of articles around giving advice on where to go, what to look for and recommending certain companies or individuals. I’ll keep it short and sweet with a few key points … Continue reading

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Do you want to make more money?

Silly question, of course you do, it’s a common driver for most businesses, but how do you do it? The obvious answers are to generate more sales, increase sales price or reduce costs. These solutions all work in the right … Continue reading

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Good weekend?

Ok, another weekend draws to an end. Good weather, plenty of time with the family, a few hours gardening and some work. Yes, work, even though it’s the weekend there’s still plenty to do. Whether that’s planning for the busy … Continue reading

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Death by Sage

Numbers, or should I say accounts, to creative and artistic types, is not the most stimulating topic to say the least. This doesn’t have to be the case though. This poor image has a lot to do with the functional … Continue reading

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Do you really want to be your own boss?

Had a really interesting meeting yesterday with a business owner who specialises in Social Media. His business has just started to take off after a very difficult 12 months where he was close to throwing in the towel. Added to … Continue reading

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