Berkshire MP Theresa May must be quietly satisfied this morning at the prospect of more females to stimulate discussion in cabinet. Hers has been a lone and strident voice for a long time and it is likely that the former … Continue reading Has the glass ceiling at Westminister shattered today?
When I last met Paul Forrest, he was struggling to see the wood for the trees 😉 Wondering how he could get some great business exposure for a few hundred quid… I helped him see the light and suggested he … Continue reading Could you do with an Extra Pair of Hands?
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
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
Hats off to Tracey Giblin for making the most of the opportunities I have presented her with to promote her business… Tracey joined us for last month’s Slow Business Networking event where we shot this video… book yourself in for … Continue reading In need of a ‘finance person’?
A Few years back I was asked to assist a company with identification of its risks. The company employed nearly 400 loyal workers. The Managing Director was respected by all. His Grandfather founded the company over a hundred years ago. … Continue reading Faulty equipment can really take the biscuit
This last week brings bizarre news from a dairy farm at Rasdorf in Germany. A cow shed housed 90 cows for milking operations when, according to Reuters, a static charge caused methane discharged from the cows to “explode with flashes … Continue reading Be prepared for the unexpected