East Yorkshire accountancy practice 360 Chartered Accountants is staging a post-Christmas Saturday drop-in session for start up businesses.
Having been a start up itself just six in the past the corporation understands how tough it cam be C?and wishes to spread its lessons to other people.
Andy Steele, 360’s founder and director, said: “Most accountants state they are experts in assisting business start ups but, before engaging one to enable you to start and increase your business, you ought to inquire one easy question C when did they last launch a successful business?
“We understand the extended stays, the difficulties in locating and keeping quality staff, marketing this company, handling the net income and all the bureaucracy.? This list is not ending.? We will also introduce entrepreneurs to our own new 360 Mentor scheme, which provides support and tips about a consistent basis.”
Trained chef Jon Collins, from Cocoa Chocolatier and?Patisserie, in Hull’s Trinity Indoor Market, is a huge client of 360’s since he first went from his own in 2015.? He explained: “As with any new business the best ingredients are key!? We’ve grown with the help, knowledge and support from 360 accountants throughout the last few years.? They have got guided us because of their in-depth advice and still have for ages been there when we finally have needed them.? It’s an exquisite feeling knowing these are part of my opportunity and a part of the cocoa family!”
The 360 “Saturday Morning Surgery” normally takes put on Saturday 7th January at 360’s HQ on Albion Street in Hull.? Experts will likely be readily available to debate every one of the usual areas of creating a business including which legal entity to select (limited company, traditional partnership, sole trader etc), registering with the necessary authorities, bookkeeping, tax and insurance requirements.
But unlike most accountants they’re also very happy to give tips about IT, marketing, networking, advertising and marketing, time management systems and recruitment.? You shouldn’t have to generate an appointment.? Anyone needing to play for your chat along with a croissant can easily go to between 9am and 12 noon.