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Business Long COVID: How to combat coronavirus’ long-term effects on your business

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st July 2021
As the pandemic may still have an impact on your business in the long term - here are a few things to consider... Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 18 months, it’s been impossible to miss the coronavirus’ impact on all aspects of life, from rules on socialising to how businesses can operate. While many businesses have encountered issues such as&n...
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Cerebreon the Irish deep learning startup raises £1.5m in seed funding

by: Startacus Admin ~ 31st March 2020
£1.5m seed funding raised by innovative startup that's helping to predict and prevent insolvency... Good news for Cerebreon, the insolvency technology startup with the announcement that they have raised £1.5m in seed funding in a bid to scale support to the UK's most vulnerable consumers to avoid bankruptcy. The Irish startup is working with consumers, financial institutions and in...
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Business Insolvency Myths

by: Startacus Admin ~ 12th March 2020
Insolvency can be a daunting prospect for the uninitiated. All the terminology can make the process seem almost impossible to understand at times, and with so much conflicting advice, it’s easy to confuse even the most experienced business person. So, to help clear up some of the confusion, here are some common misconceptions surrounding business insolvency. I can keep trading while insolve...
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Early warning signs - rescuing a business from insolvency

by: Startacus Admin ~ 1st May 2019
What are the early signs of ‘going under’? Hasib Howlader, Director of Hudson Weir, an insolvency practitioners firm based in London, highlights some of the early-warning signs that can be key indicators for the liquidation or ‘winding up’ of your business.  Although the term ‘bankrupt’ is widely used, a company in the UK cannot go ‘bankrupt’. ...
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The most dangerous sectors to start a Business

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd March 2016
Business closures are falling, but across the UK there are several sectors that are more risky to start up in than others. Chris Conway is the MD of Accounts and Legal a leading Small Business Accountancy firm based in London. Here he writes about the sectors and regions in the UK that are more risky to 'start up' in that others.According to the Insolvency Service, company insolven...
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