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Business Tax: A beginner’s guide

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Sunday 23rd February 2020

Understanding the basics of UK Business Tax is a must for anyone starting out on their own – whether you are doing some self-employed freelance work, setting up as sole trader or registering a limited company. This guide will help ... Read More »

Brands that mean something

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
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Introduction Recent research undertaken by Havas Media investigated how human’s connect with brands and how brands effect our daily lives. The research looked into over 700 brands, 134,000 consumers across 23 countries. The top ten Global Meaningful brands were identified as: Google Samsung Microsoft Nestle Sony Ikea / Dove (tied) Nike / Walmart (tied) Danone ... Read More »

An Introduction to Branding

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
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If you want to establish your product, your service, your company or yourself in the public domain, you need a brand. A brand is more than just a name and a logo; it’s an image, a perception, a reputation and an ethos. The importance of your brand Having a strong brand increases the value of ... Read More »

Apprenticeships

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
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Overview Anyone aged 16 or over and not in full-time education can apply for an apprenticeship.¬†Apprenticeships are work-based programmes that combine practical training with study. They take between 1 and 4 years to complete depending on the level of apprenticeship.¬†An apprentice: Works alongside experienced staff Gains job-specific skills Earns a wage Studies – usually 1 ... Read More »

How To Protect Your Intellectual Property

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
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What is intellectual property? Intellectual property is something you create that’s unique. It includes copyright, patents and trademarks, and can be: Something you invent, like a new product A product’s design or appearance A brand or logo Written work, like content on a website or in a brochure Artistic work, like photography or illustrations Film ... Read More »

Employment Agencies And Businesses

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
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Overview If you run an employment agency or employment businesses you have to follow certain rules. You can’t: Charge a fee to a work-seeker for work finding services Stop someone from working elsewhere or terminating their contract with you Make someone tell you the name of any future employer Withhold payments or wages due Supply ... Read More »

Choose A Legal Structure For A New Business

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
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Overview You must choose a business structure when you start a business. The structure you choose will define your legal responsibilities, like: The paperwork you must fill in to get started The taxes you’ll have to manage and pay How you can personally take the profit your business makes Your personal responsibilities if your business ... Read More »

Starting Up A Business

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Sunday 23rd February 2020
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Start with an idea If you’re thinking of starting up a business, you’ll first need to come up with a realistic idea that you can turn into a product or service. Find local support, including help with developing business ideas, on the National Enterprise Network website. Register your idea You might have already come up ... Read More »