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What business licenses does my company need?

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Setting up a new business in the UK is incredibly simple. Demand is sky-high for talented workers across a variety of sectors, and there’s a fantastic digital business infrastructure that new business owners can plug into, to quickly grow a new business with minimal investment. The UK is so business-friendly that professional company formation agents like Quality Company Formations have the...

What is the Entrepreneurs’ Relief scheme, and is my business eligible?

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Change can be pretty costly for business owners. Whether it’s deciding to sell your business, getting rid of major assets or selling off shares in your limited company, chances are you’ll need to think long and hard about how much you actually stand to gain or lose by shedding, selling or gifting part of your company – particularly where tax is concerned. Fortunately, the UK Government has a...

9 ways your company should be using email marketing

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Establishing a marketing strategy can be an incredibly daunting task for many first-time business owners. Despite carrying out extensive market research, a lot of entrepreneurs seem to struggle finding their feet and establishing a groove across various promotional platforms – particularly online. But one digital marketing method you should never shy away from is email marketing. Why? Because...

What is a business loan and how can my company get one?

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When you’ve just formed a new company and are in the early stages of trying to grow your business, start-up costs can be a huge burden. Setting up premises, hiring staff, taking out securities and insurance, overheads, collateral and launching marketing activities – it can all start to add up incredibly quickly. Bearing that in mind, most company owners want to have a good idea of precisely how...

How can I turn my freelance work into a small business?

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Freelance work is a fantastic way to supplement your income – and over the course of the last decade, more and more UK professionals have started to ditch the typical nine-to-five job in order to start exploring the lucrative benefits that go hand-in-hand with freelancing. According to the UK Government’s Office for National Statistics, just under two million workers are now operating as...