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Growing pains: why it’s important to control your business expansion
Posted by Mark Boulter on June 17, 2019

Thinking about expanding your business? Read this before you decide to take the plunge.

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Taking on the world – our strategies for going global
Posted by Mark Boulter on October 8, 2018

There are various financial advantages when your thinking of expanding your business overseas but to do so your must be aware of the obstacles. Here are some tips to help your business enter this uncharted territory.

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Taking your business abroad
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on April 9, 2018

One way to grow your business is to sell your product or service to the rest of the world. Another is to relocate or open subsequent offices elsewhere but wouldn’t that just be a load of red tape and a very big headache? There will inevitably be a whole host of things to think about, but you might be surprised at just how keen some countries are to have your business.

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Making your Mergers and Acquisitions a success
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on August 1, 2017

Growth represents the overarching objective for almost every business. Developing a customer or client base, recruiting more staff, generating greater revenue – these are the ambitions which drive SME business owners to new levels of success. But growing your business isn’t simple.

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Our very own Uncle Nige explains why a business owner should NEVER attempt to borrow money when he actually needs it…
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on February 10, 2017

It had been a busy day at THP, what with me spreading sweetness and light in the form of five-figure savings for some of my favourite clients. So when I noticed the hands of the office clock pointing to six o’clock, I reasoned that I was probably due a snifter. Five minutes later I was

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Business in the Countryside? You Could be Eligible for New Funding
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on January 13, 2017

If your business is based in a rural area, you could get your hands on part of a new £120m pot of funding that is aimed at supporting farmers, growing businesses and generating jobs in the countryside. The cash bonanza was announced by Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom at the Oxford Farming Conference earlier this month.

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Do you trade with other countries? Then join the new UK-wide Directory of Exporters
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on August 3, 2016

Does your business export – or hope to export – products, skills or services to other countries? If so, there’s some good news on the horizon. The UK’s five leading high street banks have got together with the new Department for International Trade to transform the way in which businesses access the global market. Barclays,

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Exporting in Great Britain
Interest rates to drop to 0.25%?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on July 22, 2016

Last week, we got a new Prime Minister in Theresa May. Not only confirmed that ‘Brexit means Brexit’, but she appointed prominent Leave campaigners David Davis, Liam Fox and Boris Johnson to key posts in her cabinet. Despite the new leadership, there’s no denying that the financial markets are still jittery. And, if reports emanating

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Building a business – and a community of customers
Posted by THP on December 2, 2014

One of the most striking features of our sluggish economy is the way it’s inspired people to take up traditional crafts. Why buy expensive clothes when you can make better ones yourself? Or spend money on bland supermarket bread when you can bake your own for less? And why live off pricey ready meals when

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