Foundations are legal structures set up by some not-for-profit organisations to raise funds, hold funds and distributing funds (following the rules of the foundation).
Sales training aims to improve the salesperson's effectiveness when dealing with a potential customer by enhancing their product knowledge, communication and presentation skills.
Referral marketing is a method of generating business from new customers through referrals from established customers and other stakeholders.
Farm discretionary trusts are used to acquire land for primary production while also providing flexibility so the property can eventually be transferred to other family members.
Employee share schemes (ESS) give employees shares in the company they work for, or the opportunity to buy shares in the company.
Self-publishing, a business book in your field of expertise, can have a myriad of direct benefits for you and your business.
PR uses free methods to reach a large targeted audience using topics of public interest and news items, rather than paid advertising.
An early-stage innovation company (ESIC) is a company that has high growth potential, can scale, addresses a broader than the local market, and has competitive advantages.
A discretionary trust (also known as a family trust) is a trust established to hold a family's assets or operate a business.
Apart from the obvious health risks, the coronavirus will put many businesses at financial risk. Some businesses will not survive the coronavirus and will end up closing down.