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Directors and Officers Insurance: A business essential

Imagine you have the opportunity to invest £100,000 for your company, with a 70% chance of providing a 20% return within five years. Do you decide to go for it? Now consider whether your decision would be different if you could be held personally liable...


What you need to do if your charity is changing

Is your charity going through a period of change? Make sure that everything is up-to-date and in order with these essential guidelines… It can be an incredibly exciting time when things have been going well at your charity and you can start to think about expanding,...

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Food and Drink Trends for 2020

In THP’s fifth Flavour & Trend Forecast for 2020, they have made some predictions for the following years’ food and drink trends. Botanicals Prepare for Instagram-worthy delights in the coming years as edible flowers and wild botanicals will be in full bloom for 2020. Not only will they be used as...


Can crowdfunding save a small business?

Many start-up businesses rely on crowdfunding to help move their ideas from concept to reality. They do this by demonstrating the value of their product or service through designated crowdfunding platforms using business plans, demonstrative videos and value-based incentives. This is a great way to...

Revenge evictions

The law surrounding revenge evictions

Despite laws set in place to prevent them, tenants in the UK are still not being protected from revenge evictions, according to the Freedom of Information Act. What is a revenge eviction? When a tenant has complained to their landlord, letting agent, or council about the condition of...


Is it time to sell your start-up?

Whether you’re simply looking for opportunities to sell or you have been approached by an investor, we take a look at what you should think about before selling a start-up business. What’s the end game? Think about your goals for the business and what you set out...