Selling a business is a complicated process involving many variables. Aston Lark has put together some points to keep in mind if you're thinking about selling your company.
The years 2020 and 2021 will long be remembered among many SMEs in the UK as the time they regrouped and re-imagined the way they do business.
Following two years of economic turmoil triggered by the pandemic, many SMEs would have thought the worst was behind them.
On reflection the last three years has been, from hindsight, one of the most turbulent periods in my career.
Over the last two years, a lot has been made of the trend amongst small businesses for “digital transformation”.
After two years of pandemic fear and rising awareness around mental well-being, I think it is safe to say that health and wellness is perhaps the defining trend of our time.
This comes as passengers face three days of rail strikes
Acquisitions provide a great opportunity to achieve higher business valuation, but founders should carefully strategise their next move if they want to make a success of it.
As inflation continues to rise and GDP growth begins to slow, Douglas Grant, Manx Financial Group’s CEO, says it is time for the government to step in and introduce a permanent loan scheme to support SMEs.
It’s very easy for pen pushing economists and commentators to talk us into recession, but it will take the efforts of businesses up and down the country to keep us out of it.