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  • December 4, 2023 by Admin

    Company Formation News

    At the start of the economic downturn the media was saturated with news of small companies going bust and the number of recent company formations declining. However, according to a recent report, the number of small businesses going into administration is falling. According to one business consultancy firm the number of companies increased by 20% […]

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  • December 4, 2023 by Admin

    SME’s And Recent Company Formations To Market Their Way Out Of Recession

    If the decline in the advertising industry is anything to go by, it would be easy to suggest that for most  small businesses and recently company formations, the first thing to be cut during a recession is marketing spend.  However, a recent survey by the Small Business Advisory board suggests that while marketing spend decreased […]

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  • December 4, 2023 by Admin

    Is Company Formation The Key To Economic Recovery

    A recent survey, carried out by The Board of Entrepreneurs, revealed that most people living in the UK believe that it will be entrepreneurs,  not the Government, that will lead us down the path of economic recovery. Of the 4,000 people asked, almost 35% felt that entrepreneurs would provide the impetus for economic recovery, compared […]

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  • December 4, 2023 by Admin

    Small Business Fights Back

    At both the Conservative and Labour Party conferences, getting UK enterprise back on its feet was clearly an issue firmly on both parties’ agenda. A fact that has not gone unnoticed by various business lobbies. The Government’s ‘Fair Payment Charter’ set out to establish that the culture of late payment, that has dominated post recessionary […]

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  • December 4, 2023 by Admin

    Company Formation to Stimulate Employment

    At the start of 2009, the SME sector was positioned as the main casualty of the recession, by the media – with the ‘entrepreneurial spirit of Britain’ coming a close second. However, as we have previously reported, over 60% of all SME’s have maintained pre-recession profitability and the number of people harbouring ambitions to start […]

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  • December 4, 2023 by Tom Richardson

    4 Ways to Grow Your Limited Company

    It may sound a little simplistic, but there are really only 4 fundamental ways to successfully grow your business.

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  • December 4, 2023 by Tom Richardson

    What is a SIC Code?

    When preparing an annual return for your limited company you will be asked for your company SIC Code(s). A SIC Code (UK Standard Industrial Classification Code) is simply a five-digit number that classifies your company’s principal business activity. 

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  • December 4, 2023 by Tom Richardson

    What is the SAIL Address?

    Last Updated: 21/08/2014 If you are a director of a Limited Company you may have come across the term SAIL address. So what is this? Well first off, nothing to do with a boat. The SAIL (Single Alternative Inspection Location) address is simply the location where company registers and records are kept if they’re not […]

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  • December 4, 2023 by Tom Richardson

    Government to launch real Dragon’s Den for small businesses

    Innovative small businesses will have the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of experts, similar to the popular TV show Dragon’s Den, from April. Launching in Birmingham, the initiative has been set up to “fast track” small business services thought to be innovative and beneficial to both the government and other small […]

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  • December 4, 2023 by Tom Richardson

    Feed our New Feedback Tag

    At The Made Simple Group, we love feedback. That’s why we’ve added a “feedback tag” to all the pages on www.companiesmadesimple.com. If something about a specific page bugs you, or you just want to say how great we are, simply click the tag and write down what you want. Of course this is completely anonymous. […]

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