Kingsfleet Wealth committed to social responsibility
It is our third election in four years, and understandably, people are weary. Brenda from Bristol now represents more of the electorate than any single political party could ever hope for. But, take out the meaningless soundbites and the political point-scoring over pointing out who is political point-scoring and elections can be quite fascinating barometers of public opinion.
McRae’s welcomes changes made by the digital age of business
In a world dominated by online reviews, it is sometimes easy to forget that, only a decade or two ago, we existed without them. Word of mouth, guide-books, advertising, or a good word in the paper could make a business, but many companies could get by with relatively low standards, knowing that new customers would have no way of knowing whether their quality was up to scratch.
Miah & Co ready as the era of change continues
The world of accountancy and tax consultancy is one that has seen significant shifts over the last forty years, with events ranging from Thatcher’s deregulation in the 1980s to the financial crisis of 2008 leading the industry to change direction quite suddenly.
NEST Management helps drive rapidly expanding martial arts market
The latter half of the twentieth century saw the sport of boxing explode. As television ownership increased, so too did the popularity of fixtures and the fighters. Muhammad Ali became an international sensation, while Mike Tyson arrived later to terrorise the nineties.
CPI and Grant-Jones Accountancy demonstrate growing importance of CSR
CPI, the London-based book and commercial print group, have this week appointed Lisa Faratro to the newly-created position of environmental and sustainability director. Fataro who previously served as customer service director will be taken with ensuring that the organisation is able to ‘step up a gear and position environmental stability at the heart of [its] business.’
Fane International looking outside of the EU for post-Brexit opportunities
The Brexit conundrum will apply to none more than those firms who do the majority of their business abroad through import and export of goods. Boris Johnson’s new Withdrawal Agreement paves the way for a free-trade agreement with Europe to be negotiated, as well as the possibilities to strike new, meaningful trade deals with other nations.