Friday, 27 May 2016

Areas to Consider When You Launch Your Own Business?



You need to determine how to market your business, to ensure consumers buy your products and services. Conduct market research to determine what your target audience is and how best to market to these consumers. Defining your core consumers will also help you ensure that everything your business does, from its pricing policy to its customer services, is focused on catering to their needs and expectations, allowing you to develop a repeat consumer base.

It is important to promote your venture online to reach as many potential consumers as possible. A good website is essential and will serve as a first port of call for consumers researching your industry online. Try and test a variety of online channels within your marketing strategy such as social media, email, blogger content and paid ads and focus on those providing most engagement and return on investment. It is also important that you Turner Little can provide the internet services your company needs to launch itself online.

Turner Little look at the considerations that you should make before you launch a new company.

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Websites Prove Advantageous for UK Tradespeople



The .uk domain operator Nominet has released a report this week which illustrates that establishing a website can prove advantageous for UK-based tradespeople. Turner Little comments.

Engaging online

A website should serve as the foundation of your online outreach strategy. With a website, you can supply potential consumers with a comprehensive portal where they can find all the necessary details e.g. opening hours, to engage with your firm, allowing you to generate custom. A survey carried out by Nominet, the .uk domain operator, indicates that this has proven particularly successful for British tradespeople

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

What Should You Do After Creating a New Product?



When you develop a new product, it is essential that you launch it effectively, to generate return on investment. Before you do anything else, provide this new intellectual property (IP) with legal protection. By pursuing this course of action, you can ensure that your competitors cannot benefit from your product, allowing you to safeguard your profit margins. In order to protect your IP, you need to determine whether to file a patent or register copyright.

Turner Little what else should you do after creating a new product? Read the full article on our blog.

Monday, 23 May 2016

Why Should You Start Your Own Business?



In late 2015 a study found that nearly half of UK adults want to set up their own companies. 

A recent report from Co-Operatives UK shows that more than a fifth of UK small to medium sized-enterprise (SME) workers want to go self-employed or start their your own business. Becoming your own boss and managing your own schedule can help you to strike a healthier work life balance. Vital business decisions and tasks can be made or completed in a more efficient and timely manner than others operating in your industry, where a number of stakeholders are involved.

Turner Little looks at the benefits of becoming your own boss and starting your own business.

How to Use Trusts in Estate Planning



A trust is a legal instrument which can provide you with an effective way to manage your money and assets. You can utilise trusts to accomplish a number of estate planning goals, ensuring that your assets are handled appropriately. 

Read the full article on Turner Little explaining how to use trusts in estate planning. 

Friday, 13 May 2016

How to Set up a Trust



There may come a time where you cannot control your own funds effectively. In these instances, you may want to establish a trust to ensure your money is managed appropriately.

Here, Turner Little look at what a trust is, when it should be arranged and how to set one up. Read more on the Turner Little Blog.

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

How Your Employees Can Claim Business Expenses




Your staff can claim back any personal money used for business purposes from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in tax relief. According to Small Business, almost a third of staff are losing at least £60 in unclaimed expenses every year.

Turner Little explains how your employees can claim small business expenses.

Read the full article on the Turner Little Blog.