Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Why Should Your Business Engage in Sports Sponsorship?

Major multinationals such as McDonald’s, Sony and Coca Cola use sports sponsorship as a major marketing tool. But you do not have to be a large firm to engage in sports sponsorship, with a relatively small investment you can utilise this strategy to generate significant publicity for your small company.

Read why you should engage in sports sponsorship on the Turner Little Blog.

How to Choose the Right Name For Your Business

Your business’ name is one of its most important assets. It is key that you conduct research and plan thoroughly when selecting a company name, so you can stand out from competitors and develop a strong brand identity which appeals to target consumers. Turner Little explains how to choose the right name for your business.

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Tuesday, 12 July 2016

You Now Have to Name ‘People With Significant Control’ of Your Business

As a small business owner, it is key that you keep track of upcoming government legislation. This will allow your firm to trade effectively, without incurring financial penalties.  You should take note of the fact that you now have to disclose the names of ‘People with SignificantControl’ of your business.

Monday, 11 July 2016

UK Chancellor Announces Corporation Tax Cut

After the recent Brexit vote, the UK has needed to ensure other countries continue to invest in the country. As part of this, UK Chancellor George Osborne has announced that the nation’s corporation tax rate will be cut significantly, to encourage investors to do business in Britain. 

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Tuesday, 5 July 2016

How Could Brexit Benefit Your Business?

On the 23rd June, the UK voted to leave the EU (often referred to as ‘Brexit’). Many experts have called this development an economic disaster, but others are now arguing that it could prove advantageous to some UK-based companies.

Turner Little asks: how could Brexit benefit your business?

Monday, 4 July 2016

How Could Brexit Impact Your Firm’s Intellectual Property Rights?

Your intellectual property (IP) rights are one of your firm’s most lucrative assets. Therefore, it is vital that you safeguard your IP at all times, to ensure you continue to generate revenue and retain your ability to compete with other businesses.

With the UK recently voting to leave the EU, Turner Little asks: how could Brexit impact your firms IP rights?

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

How to Have an Online Conversation With Your Customers

It is key that you respond to your customers online. By pursuing this strategy, you can meet consumer expectations for excellent service and accrue the feedback required to improve your operation. Turner Little explains how best to manage and respond to comments online.

Read the full article on the Turner Little Blog.