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Keep calm and spend on

08 January 2019

What makes consumers tick? What is it that has people reaching for their wallets and which trends influence spenders? RSM surveyed over 2000 UK consumers to lift the lid on where they are flashing their cash and how businesses can entice more customers.

Craft Spirits – what are they and why are they so popular?

09 October 2018

There is a craft spirit movement which is exciting for the Scottish drink scene. This movement is epitomized by new innovations and product types challenging traditional perceptions.

Who are today's consumers?

08 January 2018

In a fast-moving, digitally led world, how much do we really know about buying habits and behaviours? Do our perceptions match consumers’ realities? And how can you stay one step ahead?

Online shopping: a greater opportunity
Andrew Westbrook

08 January 2018

A digitally enabled world offers new opportunities for consumer businesses. Learn how to stand out online and how to protect your customers from emerging risks.

Digital distraction: the high street isn’t dead
Andrew Westbrook

08 January 2018

Despite repeated death knells, the high street is far from dead. Discover how retailers are fighting to stay relevant.

Download our 'Who are today's consumers?' report
Andrew Westbrook

08 January 2018

Download our 'Who are today's consumers?' report to learn more about our survey findings.

The experience economy: shoppers replace buying with doing
Andrew Westbrook

08 January 2018

Find out which categories consumers will splurge on in the year ahead.

How to thrive in uncertain times
Andrew Westbrook

08 January 2018

In an uncertain operating environment, it can be difficult to reach confident decisions about your strategic direction. Learn how you can stay ahead of emerging trends.

Making gains: are you missing out on claiming for R&D tax credits?
Andrew Nash

19 September 2017

Expenditure on relevant R&D undertaken by SME consumer businesses can reduce company corporate tax bills in the UK by up to 44 pence for every £1 spent subject to certain criteria. Companies can even cash in their trading losses for a cash refund worth up to 33 pence for every £1 spent. If your consumer business is carrying on relevant R&D it may potentially take advantage of these credits. Have you considered if this is relevant to your company?

Making gains: salary sacrifice - a continuing benefit

27 July 2017

New legislation introduced in April 2017 impacts ‘optional remuneration arrangements’ including certain salary sacrifice, flexible benefit and cash alternative structures.

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