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 A quick guide to the Director’s Residential Address
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 Can I use the 20-22 Wenlock Road Registered Office service if my company wasn’t formed by you?
Whichever way you voted on the Brexit issue and however strongly you feel about it, the one thing that seems pretty clear is that the task facing this and successive governments is challenging to say the least. Much of what has to be done is completely uncharted territory. None of our leaders will have much if any experience in this. The same can be said for many people starting their own small business. Continue reading Why small businesses need to knock down barriers
In today’s climate with the sheer volume of competition and technology increasing the pace of business, companies now have to be extra savvy. We take a look at areas which will help you to increase profit to help you stay ahead of the crowd. Taking ideas from bigger brands that can be translated across industry and business size. Continue reading Top tips to maximise profit
So what is profit?
Every limited company wants to make a profit, but what does profit mean? The important thing to remember is that profit is residual. In other words, profit is what’s left over.
Continue reading Profit explained for startups
Today we bring you another Startup Story – our series of conversations with entrepreneurs who tell us about their journeys so far. This time we chat to Dave Skelton, founder of business training and development startup ‘It’s a Jungle’, a company designed to help businesses enhance their efficiency using Lean methodology.
Entrepreneur: David Skelton
Business: It’s a Jungle
Founded: 2013 Continue reading Startup Story: Dave Skelton, It’s a Jungle
Personally, I’m not a fan. So at this poignant time of year – I thought I’d explore exactly why the term has continued to grate on my nerves.
Over recent years, I’ve been at many a business award ceremony – where a range of awards are being given out to both women and men – but, then the ‘Mumpreneur of the Year’ award comes up – and of course, only business women who happen to be mums need apply. Continue reading Mumpreneur – Love it or Hate it?
Yes you heard (well, read) us right. If you think The Great British Bake Off is all about burning buns and tasting tarts then think again! Hidden within these well known bake off innuendos are some business lessons you can takeaway. Continue reading 5 Business Lessons Every Entrepreneur can Learn from the Great British Bake Off