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Our clients share one common trait: entrepreneurship.
They are all fighting hard to grow through innovation, excellent customer service, and good old-fashioned hard graft.

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    IoT Risks: What are the implications for your business?

    The Internet of Things (“IoT”) consists of a global network of Internet connected devices, from commercial climate control systems to vehicle diagnostic tools, smart watches, and household appliances. It is projected to reach 50 billion devices by 2020. To put that number in perspective, that equates to more than six Internet-connected devices......

  • CFO Survey from Deloittes

    We are avid readers of the weekly market comments of Ian Stewart, Chief Economist at Deloittes. Ian’s comments this week relate to a Deloitte’s CFO survey. As the majority of our client connections are CFO’s or business owners we thought we should share his insight with you.  The full survey......

  • $4m? Not a bad haul eh?!

    It has recently been reported by the Wall Street Journal that three Chinese market traders earned more than $4,000,000 in illegal profits after they hacked the computer systems of US law firms and stole Mergers & Acquisitions information. These traders used this information, which hadn’t been made public yet, to......

  • A knock on the door…

    The serious-looking man with the grey hair cut in a sharp military style arrived at the offices of the design-engineering firm accompanied by a much younger woman. They presented themselves at reception and asked for the Chairman and Group CEO by name. The woman had arranged the appointment over the......

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