Friday, 19 November 2010

week included management accounts, deveoping an online E-learning solution for our First Aid DVD, exhibiting at the Oxon Business road show

Friday, 12 November 2010

week inc loss of a good friend, Bookkeeping, launch Didcot play centre activities and great session with Henry Maitland of Core Evolution.

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Keep your First Aid knowledge fresh in case of need

It is the HSE’s "strong" recommendation that first aiders are to refresh their first aid knowledge on an annual basis. So this comprehensive guide to First Aid DVD can easily support this requirement. SPECIAL OFFER PRICES

Friday, 5 November 2010

Week included bookkeeping, first aid training, marketing support, Didcot play centre promotions,

New penalty regime for Pay As You Earn

Our thanks to Chapman Robinson & Moore accountants for bringing this to our attention.
Are you aware of the new penalty provisions for late PAYE payments?You could already be accruing penalties but not be made aware of them by HMRC until after the end of the tax year.Read the full article on our website to ensure you will not get caught out by the new system. Read more

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

When times are hard

How good are you at following up your quotations or even returning calls or emails? How important is an efficient and timely response by your business in the eyes of your prospective customers? If you do not return calls promptly or follow up on the request for information, how does that leave your prospect feeling?
A1 Director, Mike, said "over the last few months I have spoken to many suppliers, asked for quite a few quotes and placed orders worth £,000's of pounds. I have been gobsmacked on the lack of interest in my contact, the minimal number of quote follow ups and even new suppliers with £'s promised to their bank account thinking they have a right to my business!".
Surely in these hard times, businesses need to be more focused on their sales enquiries and pipeline than ever before, as the choice is now greater, more competitive than ever and does not just walk through the door.