BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on October 24, 2013 // 2 Comments
More than 18 months since The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (or JOBS Act) was signed into law in the US, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday presented, and unanimously voted to approve, a proposal to enable small businesses to raise equity capital from crowdfunding. Although the concept of crowdfunding – enabling many individuals
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on May 29, 2013 // No Comments
If you are an entrepreneur thinking of selling your digital media business, there is a strong likelihood that a buyer will want to tie part of the deal value to the performance of the business after the sale. This is known as an “earn-out”. Earn outs can be beneficial to both the buyer and seller,
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on May 9, 2013 // No Comments
Are you ready? Real Time Information has been introduced by HMRC to improve the operation of Pay As You Earn. Whilst it might seem a daunting change, the key is in the preparation. Take steps now to make sure you don’t get caught out.
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on April 3, 2013 // 2 Comments
What happens to your employee’s LinkedIn contacts when he or she leaves your business? We explore what you can do to protect these valuable contacts.
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on March 18, 2013 // No Comments
Thinking of selling up? Everyone will push you to sell, sell, sell but have you ever considered stepping off the travelator? It might be more lucrative than you think.
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on February 20, 2013 // No Comments
When it comes to intellectual property, getting what’s yours straight at the start can pay very real dividends further down the line, argues Peter Dalton
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on January 3, 2013 // No Comments
Are you stopping your employees building your business? Christopher Jenkins advises when it’s time to let go How long do you think it takes to get a business from the first idea to fully fledged and sold? 20 years ago, it would probably take about 20 years. But today, it’s closer to 5. Technology has
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on December 20, 2012 // 1 Comment
Are you exploring crowd-funding? If so, what do you need to know? Crowd funding is not a new concept. We used to ask people to donate, purely as an act of charity or in return for a product. For example, take a band. Someone contributing £10 could receive a CD, £25 could receive a signed
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on November 12, 2012 // No Comments
Asking employees to waive some of their rights in return for shares could soon become common practice – how would this affect you?
BIMA knowledge-sharing Legal & Finance on November 6, 2012 // No Comments
What do you need to do when you’re trying to build a new business? From an experienced, specialised business advisory team, here are 5 things you might not have thought of. Ignore them and you could run into trouble.
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