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By Tom Daltry
The UK tax regime affords certain significant tax advantages for investors in growth stage companies through the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS).
By David Jepps
So you have this great idea and there are not enough hours in the day to get it developed and launched.
By Robert Matthews, Robin Hampton
So, you have weighed up the pros and cons and decided to seek business angel investment. How are you going to get investment? What perils await you? This note looks at the process and the key legal issues in securing angel investment.
By William Robins
More now than ever before, knowledge is king. Accordingly, how you use that knowledge or, more correctly, confidential information, is an important decision that all businesses have to take when interacting with others.
By Tony Watts
People often ask what they can do to approach others for investment.
By Jill Benbow
So you want to start advertising your goods or services to increase sales. There is no question that the web is the fastest growing medium and lets you reach a very targeted audience.
By William Robins
It is the perennial question: you need funding to grow but what will it cost you? Debt funding, if you can get it, is cheap, though has a cash flow implication. Equity funding has no cash flow implications, but is expensive as it will cost you part of your company.
By ZoŽ Bloom
The highest Court in England & Wales, the Supreme Court, handed down its decision in the case of Radmacher v Grantino on 20 October.
By Lyndsay Gough
A website presence is a fundamental tool for an expanding business, whether just for advertising or for providing an online sales channel.