Monthly Archives: January 2013

Bring reassurance to your staff and customers by protecting your business premises and its contents

For many businesses the prospect of a break-in, theft or fire can cause major disruption and hassle along with a potentially serious loss of revenue. ┬áBy protecting and applying security measures you can not only bring peace of mind and deter potential intruders, it can also ensure that you are complying with your insurance policies. By installing a security system, you will give reassurance and peace of mind to your staff and customers. Innovation Fire & Security Ltd are based […]

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Study finds business bank could help SMEs succeed

A business bank providing a flow of patient capital to high-growth potential small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) could help businesses succeed, according to research commissioned by chartered accountancy firm Kingston Smith LLP, which has six offices in the South East. The internationally acclaimed[1] research, conducted by the University of Surrey and based on responses from over 1,000 business leaders nationwide, including 20 in-depth interviews and 13 focus groups, represents one of the largest surveys into the strategic management of […]


Enduring links key to practice success

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Trust and strong staff relations are the secrets of a long working life at a leading Crawley accountancy practice. They are also key to client retention for Richard Place Dobson, who are still servicing some clients after more than 60 years.   Staff at the practice, which services more than 100 charities locally and nationwide, have even been known to stay and enjoy their whole career at the firm. Clients and staff alike praise the practice for its commitment to […]