We have the pleasure in sharing our Summary of the Summer Economic Update 2020 presented by the Chancellor.
In this final article of the three part series, Isaac from FLUIDLY, provides key tips on how to manage cashflow during tough times.
The deferral of VAT payments due to coronavirus comes to an end on 30 June and businesses must take action to reinstate their direct debit mandates.
In this second part of the Cashflow SOS series, Isaac Rangaswami from FLUIDLY, turns our attention to Cashflow Forecasting
Investors continue to back UK tech companies, despite the economic challenges posed by Covid-19, according to figures compiled by Tech Nation and Dealroom for the Digital Economy council.
Cashflow management is a crucial element of running a business. In this 3 part blog series, Issaac Rangaswami, from FLUIDLY, shares his expertise and takes us through the fundamentals of cashflow.
We are delighted to launch our FREE FINANCE HELPDESK with Indielab - available to all Indielab indies past and present
Kathy Innes looks at why, in a recession, firms should be investing in their brands. Article originally published in Professional Marketing Forum magazine (May 2020).
Brexit has been, and will continue to be, a source of great uncertainty and challenge for both UK and EU based companies. However, by harnessing the range and expertise of the Ecovis network, we can help our clients successfully navigate the post-Brexit minefield.
In the second part of Sophie Adam's blog, she examines the steps needed to identify, apply and adopt technology to ensure the investment delivers as promised…
Reuben Barry, our Director of Data Analytics, makes the argument for a dedicated project team to ensure successful technology enablement, adoption and buy-in around the business…
With the US tax reform, the corporate tax rate was lowered to 21%. That sounds good, but what are the collateral issues for inbound investment?
It is a common misconception that where heads of terms are agreed upon, they do not give rise to a legally enforceable contract. However, it would be incorrect to assume that this can never be the case.