Business impact analysis

The business impact analysis

 

A BIA or business impact analysis emphasizes the most important processes of your company that could threaten your normal business operations in case of a deficit or outage. These processes allow you to evaluate the consequences of a crisis more effectively and devise strategies...

 

Working from home tax deductions

How to tax-deduct working from home

 

Whether you’re self-employed or employed – a growing number of professionals are working from home and many even set-up a dedicated space to perform their job duties. To reduce the tax burden, the costs for working from home can be tax-deducted. However, certain conditions need...

 

Creating a web store: the cornerstone of seed money

Seed money for your online shop

 

When planning the finer details of your online shop, rushing through your financial plan can lead to chaos. It’s important to be aware of how much money you need to spend, and only an extensive finance plan can provide the necessary security for the development of your web store....

 

Agile Working

Agile working: mastering the challenges of the digital world

 

“Agile working” is currently one of the biggest trends in the corporate world. It’s seen as the best way to master the challenges of digitalisation. How does the agile approach work? What opportunities and risks does it involve? And what role will this hot topic play in the...

 

Register as a sole trader

How to register as a sole trader

 

It’s easy to become self-employed in the UK. All you need to get started is a business idea and a bit of courage. The one-person business does require registration with the HMRC and there are a few other requirements you will need to fulfil. It’s important to understand the risks...

 

Body language

Body language: The most important form of nonverbal communication

 

Even when we don’t say anything, we communicate: Our body language is more or less consciously sending out signals to those around us. Gestures, expressions, and posture often share more than we’d like, including how we feel in a given situation. If you’re able to understand body...

 

Supply and demand

Supply and demand – how they control the market

 

Supply and demand determine pricing in a free market. Demand has an influence on supply and vice versa. With no demand, any supply is redundant, and with no supply, demand is ineffective. When they are in equilibrium, prices remain stable and goods are affordable. But how exactly...

 

ISO 9001: Certificate for Quality Assurance

Quality checks are some of the most important objectives for every management team. However, measures that are introduced for this purpose do not always contribute to achieving this objective. Anyone who adheres to ISO 9001, however, will optimise their quality management system according to international standards. You can make a good impression on the international stage with ISO 9001...

CIP – Continuous Improvement for Your Company

Constant increases in quality: That works best with ongoing, small improvements. CIP – the continuous improvement process – provides the right framework for this. Every employee should see it as their task to recommend improvements for their area of work. And that can be quite simple: Even reorganising the workplace can have a great impact.

Financial analysis: What is it?

A financial analysis provides entrepreneurs with information on the current economic situation of their business. But the report is full of figures – you can lose track of things quite quickly. So what is a financial analysis? And how do you get to grips with it? What is the report actually good for? And can you also create one yourself?

Verbal communication – the key to mutual understanding

Verbal communication isn’t the only factor that determines the success or failure of a conversation, but it plays a key role. You’ll achieve your goal more quickly if you can express yourself clearly and skillfully. You’ll also handle critical situations in your day-to-day work more effectively if you have targeted strategies for communication.

Understanding and using nonverbal communication

If you only pay attention to verbal language and ignore nonverbal communication, you’ll eventually encounter problems in your personal and professional life. How you understand other people ultimately depends not only on what they say, but how they say it. If you want others to perceive and understand you as you intend, you need to know how nonverbal communication works.

The liquidator: competencies and responsibilities

When the end is in sight, he moves out of the shadows: the liquidator! But don’t get too excited –there’s no superhero hiding behind this ominous title. So what is a liquidator? The short answer is: A liquidator is a competent professional who takes care of the liquidation and proper termination of a limited company or partnership.

Body language: The most important form of nonverbal communication

Even when we don’t say anything, we communicate: Our body language is more or less consciously sending out signals to those around us. Gestures, expressions, and posture often share more than we’d like, including how we feel in a given situation. If you’re able to understand body language, you’re better prepared in conversations with others – and can adjust your body language accordingly.

How You Can Choose the Perfect Company Name

Finding a company name has caused many a headache: How can you choose a name that’s compelling and imaginative, and at the same time succinctly describes your line of business? What’s more, it needs to comply with legal requirements. We explain how to choose an ideal business name and what you should keep in mind.

Applying for your UTR: A step-by-step guide

Whenever you have contact with HMRC for tax reasons, you are required to provide a tax identification number, known in the UK as your UTR number. It can seem like a lot of administrative work to apply for a UTR, but just give yourself a bit of time, and you’ll crack it! Here’s a step by step guide to getting for your UTR.

What exactly is Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC)?

The terms “Governance, Risk and Compliance”, known as GRC for short, comprises the three areas that are responsible for internationally operating (often listed) large companies functioning well. GRC includes management and internal cooperation, assessing internal and external risks, and ensuring that all business processes and laws and regulations are in sync.


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