Organising your end of year tax paperwork is not often the first thing on the mind of small business owners. This becomes apparent once April rolls around and the panic sets in. To ensure that you are getting the most … Continue reading 11 Experts Share End of Tax Year Secrets
Yesterday we achieved our crowd funding target for Forest School’s 3D Printer… let me tell you a story… The invitation was despatched, “You are cordially invited to a presentation at the House of Commons on the afternoon of Thursday 4th December hosted by Barry Sheerman … Continue reading 3D Printers for YOUR School
Our Go-Karting Champ has a real job he is looking to fill… if you know anyone who would like to get into the world of finance, point them his way… An opportunity to develop a detailed understanding of the financial … Continue reading Apprenticeship in Business Administration
This is Russell’s best video to date… he’s now relaxing into the role of people’s champion and kicking some media butt… you’ve got to love his work… Or not as the case may be 😉 Why is it that when … Continue reading Great use of celebrity power for the people
Posted this on my Business in Berkshire LinkedIn Group last week but I felt the need to also share it right here, right now! What go from 2672 members to over 5000 in a day… you must be off your … Continue reading Looking to double the membership TODAY!
Over the last year myself & others in the area, namely Carla Delaney, Stuart Young & Colin Willman have been hosting Slow Business Networking events. The aim was to bring people out on a Friday for a spot of business … Continue reading Slow Business Networking NEW Community Format
Being asked to talk about something you feel passionate about makes you feel good inside Last Thursday of November I’ll be at The Business Show Olympia talking about Crowd Funding… there will be few others talking about other stuff that … Continue reading The Business Show, Olympia Thursday 27th November, Hall 9, 2:00-2:30pm
Crowdfunding The Highs And Lows, Swap A Skill, Beer & Pizza, Grow @ Green Park a ConnectTVT Innovation Hub Wednesday, 5th November 2014 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM £10.00 per person 250 South Oak Way, Green Park, Reading. RG2 6UG … Continue reading Crowdfunding MeetUp Wednesday Reading
Chris Dahl DipPFS, IFA at True Wealth in Windsor was the winner of the first round in The Berkshire Blog Go-Karting Championships in August 😉 His prize, to shine brightly on our Berkshire Blog… I know how the IFA world … Continue reading Chris Dahl DipPFS Windsor based Financial Adviser at True Wealth
Who do you turn to when you need to raise some money for a community project? Or sponsorship for an individual? Let me introduce my friend David Shaw MBE I’ve got to know David Shaw through Rotary and he is a … Continue reading Community Fundraising & Sponsorship in Berkshire
Here is a case study sharing how Keen Dicey Grover can save you money on your tax. Jeff and Shelley had both been working for a number of years as successful self-employed fast food caterers in the Hampshire area. Although … Continue reading Saving tax & generating more income
The Afro Business Expo 2014 creates an avenue for UK business to access solid opportunities in Africa. From Oil and Gas, Property Development, Manufacturing, Retail, Agriculture, Export and many more, it offers UK investors and businesses the secure platform to … Continue reading Call for Sponsors for an African Business EXPO, Madejski Stadium
James Freeman, CEO of Reading Buses, explains how Winning Tenders has helped his company Our proven track record in Winning Tenders Over the past few years, we have helped many of our clients win tenders with both public sector and … Continue reading Tender Winning Testimonial
I asked Gareth Davies from KDG to offer his insight into yesterday’s Budget announcement by The Chancellor… As a small business owner and an Accountant with many small business clients my overall assessment of yesterday’s Budget is that whilst there … Continue reading Not much in The Budget for Smaller businesses
Do you see your accountant as a necessary evil? Or a professional asset, adding real value to your business by working closely with you to help you to achieve your goals? That’s how Gareth Davies introduces his accountancy practice Keen … Continue reading Small business accountant in Iver, near Slough
We have recently seen several businesses seriously affected by flooding or blocked access. St Mark’s Square in Venice floods regularly. I have had the pleasure of walking across chairs to reach St Mark’s. Planks and chairs are one solution but … Continue reading When the chips are down, what will security cost you?
In this, my first blog of 2014 I would initially like to extend sympathy to all those unfortunate enough to have suffered from flooding at home or at work. The effects of water ingress can be devastating in both environments. … Continue reading Time to push the boat out?
There is nothing more annoying than not being able to talk to a real human being when you want to… and most of us want to… Metro Bank has been listening and is rapidly expanding across London & the South … Continue reading Metro Bank takes you back to Windsor circa 1957
It appears folk in High Wycombe love online Christmas Shopping according to an infographic produced by Affiliate Window about Black Friday/Cyber Monday data. It includes data from 1,500 high street and online retailers and also includes mobile and tablet figures. … Continue reading High Wycombe loves online Christmas Shopping
On Tuesday I joined the Prime Minister of Macedonia, other ministers and those interested in setting up business in Macedonia for a morning’s presentation followed by lunch at The Four Seasons, Hyde Park, London. Although I didn’t capture Nikola Gruevski, … Continue reading Setting up your business Macedonia
If you’re looking to lease or buy a car in Berkshire then you should pop in and see the guys & gals at Windsor Vehicle Leasing (WVL) and ask about “Tommy’s tail wagging vehicle deals on wheels!” Not just cars, … Continue reading Tommy’s Tail Wagging Vehicle Deals on Wheels!
As times goes on, it is possible to become jaded and not sure that the direction you are taking is leading to the destination you want to arrive at. Often we are thrust into a place where we are uncomfortable … Continue reading Moving just keep moving
This comes from one of my all-time favourite radio and cult 1981 TV Sci-Fi programmes, “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”. Any fans will instantly recognise this reference to Marvin the Paranoid Android, who claims to be roughly thirty billion … Continue reading Have you got a brain the size of a planet?
When you are looking to describe something then you need to put it into context… showing a map of Macedonia and its location in relation to other, more familiar countries helps us get started! Yesterday I was lucky enough to … Continue reading Putting Macedonia on the European Map