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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 advise business owners in the Milton Keynes area on many aspects of running and growing a business. Here are some tips for delivering effective presentations...
Good presentation skills are an important business asset, yet all too often speakers fail to represent themselves, or their subject, to full advantage.
The art of a good presentation is not confined to the naturally outgoing - indeed, it involves a number of skills which need to be learned. Follow these pointers to help make the experience of giving a presentation more successful - and enjoyable.
Remember the most boring of subjects can seem interesting if presented in an interesting way - and unfortunately, the opposite also applies!
If you are in the Milton Keynes area and are looking for support and advice from a team of professional accountants and business advisers, contact B2B Business Advisors Limited.
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Keep up to date on the latest from the world of business and tax with our daily news stories.
01 Dec 2020
HMRC has teamed up with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) to act against misleading marketing by promoters of tax avoidance schemes.
30 Nov 2020
The third SEISS (Self-Employment Income Support Scheme) grant opens for applications today (30 November).
27 Nov 2020
Many businesses will struggle to survive despite the end of lockdown, according to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
26 Nov 2020
On 25 November Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his latest Spending Review to the House of Commons, and stated that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused 'lasting damage' to the UK economy.