Creative, Media & Technology in the news
The haysmacintyre Creative, Media and Technology team have appeared in the press, commenting on and writing about, a range of sector issues this year. Here is a selection; if you’d like to speak to us about any issues affecting you and your business, please get in touch.
VAT rules for digital businesses could be changing - Have your say now
New VAT rules for ecommerce businesses were introduced this year which applied to cross-border transactions between businesses and end consumers (business to business transaction VAT rules were unchanged). Click here to read the full article. First published in ITProPortal 4 December 2015.
Improving value through financial and tax due diligence
Whether a business’s planned exit route is via a trade sale, management buy out or an IPO, there are two key financial elements that will enhance value… Read the full article here. First published in Business Matters 22 June 2015.
Locking in Value: structuring the deal
Business Matters magazine continues the series of articles on the sale of a business. Now focusing on the next step, locking in value: structuring the deal. Read the full article here. First published in Business Matters 13 November 2015.
Alternative finance - what you need to know
SME Magazine covers what you need to know about alternative finance. Read the full article here. First published in SME Magazine 7 August 2015.
Talking Business: How to mix and match your online and in-store sales outfit
What are the aspects to consider for online fashion businesses taking the plunge into the offline market? Full article is available here. First published in Drapers 19 October 2015.
Offering advice to SMEs
We’ve also been featured on the Business Channel.tv as a contributor to their new ‘SME for Growth’ platform. Watch our videos to hear from our head of Creative, Media & Technology sector, Natasha Frangos, VAT expert, Kamlesh Chauhan and Tax expert, Mark Allwood.
We advise some of the UK’s most exciting entrepreneurs and creative businesses. Our clients include PR and ad agencies, app developers, film companies, fashion designers, online retailers and media personalities. They work with us because we’re knowledgeable about developments in their industry and have a friendly, responsive, down-to-earth approach.
Head of Creative, Media and Technology