07 July 2020
Reliance on digital technologies has greatly increased in recent months for many food and drink businesses. Listen in as our sector experts share some practical guidance on how data and digital technology can drive growth and minimise risks, particularly focusing on how technology can help food and drink business.
Adam is an accomplished risk management professional with over 13 years experience in the Enterprise Risk Management, Governance, Compliance and Assurance fields, across both the public and private sectors.
07 July 2020
A summary of the reliefs and support available to leisure and hospitality businesses during the coronavirus pandemic including a road map out of lockdown.
06 July 2020
The June CIPS PMI returned to an above neutral measure in June at 50.1, showing some early signs of recovery as lockdown measures ease. Over the past few months many have been mitigating supply chain risks by sourcing new suppliers closer to home – will this trend continue?
Bill is an audit partner specialising in listed and AIM groups, private equity backed entities and growing/transacting businesses of scale. He joined RSM in July 2020, having spent the previous nine years at a Big 4 firm, with four as a partner.
02 July 2020
The Treasury should consider Cash Tax Credits to further ease the cash burden on already stretched retail businesses to give them the means of surviving beyond the 4 July reopening date said RSM’s head of Leisure and Hospitality in an open letter to The Chancellor.
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM is lending its support to Lost Stock by helping to run day to day finances. Launched by the team behind, Mallzee, Lost Stock was set up in the wake of coronavirus to help support garment workers in Bangladesh suffering as a result of cancelled clothing stock orders.
01 July 2020
The latest monthly CIPS manufacturing PMI today reports an above neutral measure in June at 50.1. This marks a welcome return to positive sentiment. It also adds credence to short term opportunities to bolster and strengthen the prospects of the manufacturing sector, and those whose supply chains rely on it, according to leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.
24 June 2020
With doors opening on 4 July and the two-metre rule now relaxed, it will be back to business for the leisure and hospitality industry. However, this crisis doesn’t end with the dialling down of coronavirus lockdown and the easing of distancing measures.
24 June 2020
As coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease, our Head of HR Consultants David Gibbens outlines three workforce planning tips for manufacturers to consider in order to remain competitive in a significantly changed world.