Jonathan Walton and Owen Kyffin of B4 members Whitley Stimpson were joined by their client Nigel Nerurkar of fused4 to focus on research and development.
How have businesses dealt with the devastating effects of Covid and Brexit and what challenges and opportunities do businesses face in the future?
Join us for Business Insights from some of Oxfordshire’s leading professional advisers as we take a look at what has passed, current situations, and what the future may hold for business.
We’re definitely not out of the woods yet but we’re certainly in a position to start ‘cautiously’ planning for the future. Representatives from B4’s Professional Services Hub got together to discuss what advice they’re giving their clients to build the foundations for recovery and what they’re doing in their own businesses to get in shape to hit the ground running.
Welcome to our February instalment, as the days tick by, we edge that little bit closer to the warmer spring weather. In this month’s newsletter, we’re going to be looking at what expenses you can claim working from home, cash flow management, why social media is important for business and much more.
When we set up a business or enter a new market, we usually already have something to sell. So we start with preconceived ideas of what our target audience looks like, and we have processes set up internally to help us service that target market and customer base. Those are the basic steps that most… Read More »
The ‘honeymoon’ transition period following the UK’s official departure from the European Union in January 2020, with no trade borders or customs formalities and VAT systems remaining the same, has now come to an end. If you’re a business that trades in the EU, the new rules on VAT and customs are now in place and major adjustments may be needed.
Even before our pandemic-hit 2020, we adjusted to a world of constant change and uncertainty, but the challenges of a post-COVID business environment will require a new level of stress testing and scenario planning if our businesses are to survive and thrive. 2021 will be a critical year for business and will still see significant disruption from economic, political and environmental forces.
The year that’s passed was a tough one, to say the least. For many businesses, the impacts are lingering, and there is very real trauma within our business sectors, both at the business level and at individual levels. No matter what your business is facing right now, planning for recovery can help you to take… Read More »