Getting your new business set up and running for success
When you take the big step to set up your own business you may be faced with an intimidating list of issues for the first time. Your best chance of success lies in thorough pre-planning and then ensuring that your time is devoted 100% to developing the business's income stream. Don't waste your time grappling with administrative matters which distract you from your core aims.
This is where Cantor Atkin comes in.
Our team have extensive experience in dealing with the practical financial issues facing small enterprises and can help you to avoid many of the common pitfalls waiting for the inexperienced entrepreneur.
We can offer advice or help to make sure you have in place:
- The right business structure
- Your personal circumstances secured
- A credible business plan
- The best banking arrangements
- The best tax structure for your business and personal circumstances
- Suitable employment, supplier and customer contracts
- Efficiently managed financial processes
- Compliance with relevant regulatory authorities
We can help you lay these essential foundations for your new business so that you can concentrate your time and resources on growing the product or service that inspired you to set up on your own.
Around 65% of new businesses fail within 2 years, so our advice is to think carefully about what you want to achieve, prepare well, and you will have the best chance of turning your plans into a successful enterprise.
If you are thinking about setting up a business and need practical advice on what to do next, please contact Martin Cantor on 01737 845586 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reasons to choose Cantor Atkin
- AVOID COMMON MISTAKES
- EXPERIENCED AND FRIENDLY TEAM
- CONCENTRATE ON BUILDING SALES
- NO OVERHEAD COMMITMENT
- SET UP YOUR COMPANY CORRECTLY
- DIRECT ACCESS TO CANTOR ATKIN'S PRINCIPALS
When I set up my own business, I received valuable support on accounting issues (such as Companies House reporting, Taxation, VAT) and much more… many queries and clarifications on how SMEs run, what’s allowed and what isn’t, and how it all ties in to personal finances.
Adrian Bourne – Director, ATB Directions