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An interview with Anna Ward from CakeDrop

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Anna from CakeDrop

It’s often said that you should love what you do. Well, it’s safe to say that Anna Ward loves what she does – after all she gets to work with cake every day, and who doesn’t love cake?! Anna launched CakeDrop – a cake delivery service for offices –  in July 2017 (still fresh!) and she certainly knows what it takes to get started. Here Anna talks to us about her inspiration for the delicious idea and how life has changed since launching. Enjoy…

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Independent beer businesses making a splash in 2017!

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National Beer Day

Cheers! It’s Beer Day Britain – our National Beer Day!

Independent breweries have been on the rise for some time. There are now a whopping 1700 breweries in the UK, (as reported by City A.M.), and it’s now commonplace for a craft beer to be on the menu at your local.

Therefore we thought it was only right to celebrate great craft beer businesses who’ve caught our eye to honour our National Beer Day – all in the name of research, of course! We’ll cheers to that!

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Let’s celebrate World Environment Day! 10 ethical businesses you need to know about

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It’s World Environment Day! Because today is all about appreciating the world around us and being mindful of global environmental and ethical issues, we thought we would name our top ‘10 Ethical Companies’. Here you’ll find a collection of businesses who are really doing their bit! When you’ve finished reading, let us know who you think is ethical and why on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages.
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Shares in your new company

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If you’re thinking of setting up your own limited company, one concept you’ll need to get to grips with is the whole area of shares.

Emily Coltman FCA, chief accountant to award-winning online accounting software provider FreeAgent, gives an overview of the rules around shares in a private limited company. Continue reading

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What are the differences between a Director and a Shareholder?

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When incorporating a Limited by Shares company you will need a Director and a Shareholder. Both are pivotal to the general running of the company with the differences depending on the company type; Limited by Shares, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) or Limited by Guarantee. We know it can be confusing when setting up a company, so we have written this handy post that covers the differences between these two roles and everything else you need to know.

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10 online tools and apps that will make doing business super simple

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There are so many apps and tools out there claiming that they can help increase efficiency, productivity and so on, it’s a chore in itself sifting through them all. Well sift no more, we’ve compiled 10 (well actually 11) of our favourites that will help you do beautiful business, simply. Continue reading

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A quick guide to the Director’s Residential Address

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During the limited company formation process you need to provide a number of different addresses:

  • Registered office
  • Shareholder address
  • Person with significant control address
  • Director’s service address
  • Director’s residential address

In this post we’re going to concentrate on the final address is this list; the director’s residential address. Whilst this is clearly where the director lives, there are still some important things that you should know about the address. Let’s get started. Continue reading

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Can I use the 20-22 Wenlock Road Registered Office service if my company wasn’t formed by you?

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20-22 Wenlock Road

Absolutely. Our Registered Office service, which operates from our own offices at 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU – can be used by any England and Wales limited company, even if it wasn’t formed by us. This is provided that you pass on the necessary proof of ID and proof of address documents needed to comply with the Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations. Continue reading

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5 Ways to Write Press Releases That Demand Attention

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Blogging and content

Getting your business noticed by the media is a great tactic to increase sales. A key part of getting attention is to build relationships with journalists, and this can be done by creating press releases. Now journalists are typically inundated with these on a daily basis so if you want your press releases (and in turn your business) to get noticed, you need to make it worth their time. Here are 5 Ways To Write Press Releases That Demand Attention:  Continue reading

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