When faced with a new year, a business owner should assess where things stand and how they could be improved going forward, says the ICAEW’s head of enterprise, Clive Lewis
The buzz of launching a business cannot be overstated. But it can all go to waste without a viable exit strategy
It’s safe to say that the business world has suffered a couple of setbacks in the last 12 months as the likes of Google and Starbucks have been criticised for their tax practices.
New government figures reveal that people operating as sole traders or in partnership now account for three-quarters of UK’s private businesses
Aside from the buzz of launching one’s venture, there is little more exciting for an entrepreneur than securing a sizeable investment of capital to help take things to the next level.
Any chances of investment can be ruined if your business plan isn’t up to scratch, says Clive Lewis, the ICAEW’s head of enterprise
The statistics show that more British start-ups are shunning external finance and doing things their own way. But does a commitment to ‘bootstrapping’ always make for success?
Restoring trust in business is an essential part of our economic future, says the ICAEW’s head of enterprise Clive Lewis