Business is fast-paced, and no matter what industry you’re in, there’s always something new and exciting happening around the corner. We know it can be difficult to keep up to date though, so we’re here to help. From consumer habits to trend roundups, there’s something for everyone in our blog below — perfect easy reading while you’re waiting for your morning coffee.
If you’re interested in finding out how to make the most of your industry, do check out the content below. But if you’re ready to get your business going, register a company now.
We’re living in what industry insiders are calling “the golden age of fitness”. One in seven Brits has an active gym membership, with many of them swapping late nights for early mornings in the studio.
If you’re starting up your own clothing line, you’ll have put hours and hours into designing, creating and branding your products. And as any experienced clothing line entrepreneur will tell you, it’s imperative to consider trademarking your products.
The construction industry is booming — with almost one in five of the UK’s 5.5 million small businesses operating in the sector.
If you’re from outside the UK and are considering setting up a UK company, you may feel daunted by the amount of work involved. Doing it at a distance can seem like an impossible task, but when you break it down, it’s entirely achievable.
You may know your hydrangeas from your hollyhocks, but how clued up are you on the different company structures open to professional gardeners? If your gardening business is going to flourish, you’ll need to pick the best setup for you, and meet all the business and legal requirements that come with it.
You’re an advisor, problem solver, a motivator and a confidante — all rolled into one. Success as a personal trainer comes from your ability to gain trust and build relationships: something that applies just as much to your online presence as it does to your sessions on the gym floor.
A common question for our Customer Services team is whether they can reserve a company without forming a company. The short answer is no.
Starting a production company used to be right up there with becoming an astronaut or rock star as one of those fantasy careers that mums and dads would gently dissuade their children from pursuing. Established production companies were simply too dominant, the opportunities too few and the costs too high for new companies to have a decent shot at succeeding.
Lack of capital is one of the major reasons why startups fail. Some entrepreneurs theorise that raising capital can be a full-time six-month job for CEOs and this leaves bootstrapped startups with very few resources to operate and grow their business in the early stages.
Starting a new business is daunting enough without worrying about your home address appearing on the public register for your company, which it will if you use it as your company’s registered office address. Luckily, we do offer a Registered Office Service that enables you to use our 20-22 Wenlock Road address as the registered office.
If you’re a small business owner it’s likely that you don’t take a break as often as you should. CITY AM reported that half of the UK’s business owners take less than six days off a year, ‘with one in five taking no time off at all’.