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We offer a range of high quality accounting, financial and business services in and around Milton Keynes.
At B2B Business Advisors Limited we can provide businesses in the Milton Keynes area with help and advice. Here are some ideas for getting more from company meetings.
Are your board or company meetings as effective as you would like? Here are eleven tried and tested strategies for getting the most out of your meetings and your board or company members:
Some of these strategies may sound obvious, but it is amazing how easy it is to lose sight of them. If a company meeting is to be effective, it is essential to encourage everyone to offer their opinions without allowing the discussion to disintegrate into a free-for-all; and to make sure that real results and strong decisions are achieved.
If you are in the Milton Keynes area and would like professional assistance from experienced accountants and business advisers, contact B2B Business Advisors Limited.
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03 Apr 2020
A significant number of UK firms face the prospect of running out of cash within three months, according to a survey carried out by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
The seven largest banks in the UK have agreed to the proposal put forward by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) that they suspend dividends and bonuses until the end of 2020.
02 Apr 2020
The government has published details on the COVID-19 support schemes for small businesses and retailers.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has revealed that retail sales during March were propped up by households stockpiling goods.