15 January 2020
The UK tech sector is in a period of unprecedented growth, and with that comes new and varied challenges. Mentoring is increasingly becoming a way for new tech entrepreneurs to take these obstacles head-on, and ultimately expedite the growth of their firms.
09 January 2020
As the UK’s media industry sees an exodus from London to the regional hubs, we discuss its impact on the sector and the advantages of appealing to local audiences.
Mandy is an experienced assurance and advisory senior manager with a focus on media and technology, consumer markets and real estate businesses operating in the UK and overseas.
Andrew is an audit partner specialising in audit and assurance assignments, working with businesses ranging from early stage companies through to international groups in the technology, manufacturing, construction and consumer markets sectors.
Graham is a tax partner and leads RSM’s North West region innovation reliefs team.
04 December 2019
Liverpool is an ambitious, thriving tech sector that is wanting to grow and a range of professionals, regional technology businesses, policy makers and academic organisations met with Jonathan Levav, to discuss how to learn lessons from Silicon Valley; inspire innovation; and build an effective ecosystem that harnesses great ideas, people; and ultimately businesses.
Jennifer is an experienced employment solicitor who helps businesses with people management, assisting clients with complex issues involving their people and implementing a solution in accordance with clients’ objectives.
20 November 2019
Most of the political parties will soon be publishing their manifestos ahead of the 12 December general election. We identify the big issues and consider how they might translate into specific tax proposals.
20 November 2019
The Prime Minister’s plan to revoke the reduction in corporation tax rate to 17 per cent from April 2020 signals an end to the Corporate Tax Road Map published by David Cameron’s Government in 2010 and the decade-long decline in the headline rate. But is the policy driven by economic evidence or political necessity?