Your Business is Our Business….Mind, Body and Soul
Even great businesses can fail and often, quite spectacularly. Why does this happen? It can be due to a lack of planning or experience in running a business or because of a lack of attention to what it is you are really supposed to be doing.
Business is an input output kind of thing. If you are not involved in the input to your core business, the bit that promotes the output and makes the money, chances are you may be out of the picture and off doing ‘other things’ …..both literally and metaphorically speaking. ‘Other things’ might involve a trip down the Danube on a cruise boat or perhaps your business is spending way more than you should. It can often be as simple as that too. It is your business and it is you who make it what it is and the success of your business requires that you be there and committed in mind body and soul.
It is our experience that most business owners like you are not off cruising the Danube on the holiday of your life, but that you are in fact dedicated and committed to your business and making a success of it….and often we know that your spare time is taken up worrying about your bottom line and asking yourself… “What is my cash flow like this week?” or “Can I cover my operating expenses this week?” You may have even been served with an unfair dismissal or underpayment claim by an employee. All of these things set out above can take up your precious time and contribute to the failure of a business but there is nothing, and we mean nothing, more certain than failure if you do not pay proper attention to the laws and regulations governing the management of your business which have become as complex and as bureaucratic as they ever were, no matter what the government likes to tell you.
What we can’t help you with.
- A cruise up the Danube
- The input output thing
- Increasing your level of commitment and dedication as a business owner
What we can help you with.
- Commercial Leases
- Buying or selling your business
- Negotiating and drafting a contract
- Conducting the due diligence on the purchase or sale of your business or business premises
- Governance issues
- Debt collection
- Employment Law
- Consumer protection issues
- Privacy law
- Workplace Health and Safety issues