Simon Smith Partner at Wellers

How to avoid the danger of customer and supplier over-reliance?

Simon Smith, Partner at Oxfordshire based accountancy firm, Wellers, which has offices in Oxford, Banbury, Thame, and London, discusses how SME businesses can avoid the pitfalls of relying on a select few customers and suppliers.
 
podcast mike feerick

B4 Inspiration: Interview with Mike Feerick

Mike discusses his journey as a social entrepreneur, and some of the key learnings he has picked up along the way. He can discuss how to build a financially successful business focused on meeting a huge global social need.
 
Positive Steps with Claudia Lacey of Freeths

Positive Steps with Claudia Lacey of Freeths

1. Charitable and social initiatives: Despite being physically separated, the Freeths Charity and Social Committee has been extremely active; we have kept the Freeths community spirit high through organising a variety of virtual social initiatives such as Zoom quizzes, Microsoft Teams lunches and a firm-wide monthly book club!
 
Freeths Solicitors

Freeths celebrates top rankings in Chambers HNW Guide 2020

Freeths LLP has received outstanding reviews in this year’s publication of the Chambers High Net Worth Guide with five ranked individuals and fantastic regional rankings.
 
Positive Steps with Leon Arnold

Positive Steps to Recovery With… Freeths Head of Corporate, Leon Arnold

1. I have met, started and completed transactions with clients that I’ve never met in person.
 
Oxfordshire businesses show flexibility and adaptability in response to the coronavirus crisis

Oxfordshire businesses show flexibility and adaptability in response to the coronavirus crisis

Rod Macrae has been hearing about the way businesses have responded to the challenge of COVID-19 – and the support available for SMEs from OxLEP.
 
James Cowper Kreston

James Cowper Kreston: Webinar – Managing your cashflow and forecasting

It is important for any business, but especially during these unprecedented times, to understand the cashflow within the company and the impact that different circumstances could have on the financial health of the business.
 
future proof you business

Want to build a future-ready business, capable of delivering sustainable success? Look no further…

In an unprecedented period of change for businesses, it has never been more important for business leaders to fine-tune their organisations for agility.
 
James cowper kreston

HMRC will accept requests to suspend payment of deferred import VAT and customs duty

HMRC announced on Friday 10th April that they will consider requests from UK VAT registered businesses who import goods from outside the EU, to suspend the monthly March deferment account payment for import VAT and customs duty, which is due this Wednesday 15 April.
 
Moorcrofts Corporate Law

Easing the strain: UK Government announces a proposed relaxation to insolvency laws

Relaxing the insolvency laws. The UK Government has announced that it will introduce new measures to support businesses under pressure as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.