Long established family business operating in a market town surrounded by rural areas with a significant catchment area population Operating with margins that most of the industry only aspire to! The business differentiates itself by serving a broad local market with a capability that goes beyond most similar businesses within a competitive physical area. E.g. bound books, letter press Positioned
Long and very well established Excellent name and reputation Highly skilled and loyal workforce Extensively and valuably equipped All product output manufactured on bespoke basis Enviable client base Lots of repeat, recommended and referred trade No marketing employed to promote business Turnover £1.8m (Net Profit £468,000) Tremendous and genuine scope for further business development Business premises offered with a lease
Graham Jones at Mendip Business Finance says :- Uncertainty following the Brexit vote has undoubtedly influenced the general commercial market in the UK and in turn the appetite to take on any additional financial commitment has been dampened. That said, interest rates are still exceptionally low and are only predicted to rise by small degrees into the foreseeable future. Our
Weston College, following the success of its previous 100 in 100 campaign, has decided to raise the bar by matching 200 passionate apprentices with great local employers in just 100 days. For the full story please read the news bulletin below which was issued today by Insider Media Ltd. Roger Mundy, Managing Director, Beardsley Theobalds, 19th January 2018
Acknowledging a lack of staff to provide training as being a potential obstacle to achieving the aims of the government’s Industrial Strategy in the West of England, SGS, City of Bristol and City of Bath Colleges in partnership with the Western Training Provider Network and Business West, will combine as a consortium to host a recruitment event on 9th February.
Representatives from the UK Government, Welsh Government, business and city regions are due to meet on Monday 22nd January to discuss opportunities to strengthen economic links between Wales and South West England. The Severn Growth Summit has been prompted by the scheduled abolition of tolls on the Severn bridges which should help to create an opportunity to create an economic
The Cornwall based Folk2Folk lending platform for local and rural businesses has enabled ISA transfers for new and existing customers. Lenders can earn tax-free interest of 6.5% p.a. on their ISA money by lending to rural and local UK businesses, helping those businesses to grow, diversify or start up. The minimum lenders can transfer is £20,000 with no maximum limit.
A pitch to government and business, focusing on ten key sectors, has been outlined by The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). The document will be used to inform future discussions with ministers and investors as the government implements its Industrial Strategy which aims to significantly improve investment in skills, industries and infrastructure and should lead to
According to a survey conducted by the Federation of Small Businesses one in seven small business owners are planning to shrink, sell or close their businesses during the first quarter of 2018. For the reasons given for this please read the article below which appeared in The Daily Telegraph today. Roger Mundy, Managing Director, Beardsley Theobalds, 5th January 2018
According to a new survey conducted by the Confederation of British Industry, Order Books for the UK’s manufacturing sector are at a 30 year high whilst export order books remain at their strongest since the mid-1990s. For the full story please read the bulletin below which was issued by Insider News Media Ltd. today. Roger Mundy, Managing Director, Beardsley Theobalds,