Bond Pearce Lawyers Solicitors Plymouth

Posted by Chris on July 30th, 2011

Bond Pearce Lawyers Solicitors of Plymouth have a website that is full of statements like

” We were proud to be named finalists for The Lawyer ‘Law Firm of The Year’ award. Recognising our focus on providing the best service of any UK law firm and our successes.”

and

” We have come out on top in the Legal Week Intelligence Client Satisfaction Report, achieving the best overall firm score.”

and

” Our lawyers are happy to provide insight and opinion on the latest business issues and legal developments. If you would like to talk to one of our experts, or have any other questions, please get in touch.”

but like most lawyers their only real interest is in obtaining the maximum amount of fees and in the never ending promotion of young lawyers to ” partners “. i.e. the growth of ” The Firm “.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Firm_(1993_film)

The way that you get promoted as a young lawyer at Bond Pearce solicitors and other law firms is by earning fees for the firm ( and saying all the right things to the partners ). See

http://www.bondpearce.com/news/ournews/celebrating_success_senior_promotions_announced/

http://www.bondpearce.com/news/ournews/partner_promotions_2011/

Typically it’s a case of who you know as well as what you know.

If you had any doubt over the primary objective here’s the Managing Partner on promotion

Bond Pearce managing partner Victor Tettmar added: “Will and Stephen both have a clear vision of what can be done to advance the firm and I have no doubt that they will continue to make a significant contribution to our future success.”

For ” advance the firm ” and ” make a significant contribution ” read ” get more fees ” and ” beat the competition ” and ” grow more baby lawyers into associates and partners “.

Bond Pearce ( like most other lawyers ) spend a lot of their time proving to their peers that they are ” a law firm to be recognised ”

” Our core offices are in Bristol, Plymouth, Southampton, London and Aberdeen but our work takes us all over the UK and indeed the world. If you have a general enquiry call +44 (0)845 415 0000 or e-mail us at info@bondpearce.com.”

They obviously have a Marketing person who wants you to believe that they are a global force ;-)

Actually Legal 500

(Published for over twenty years, the Legal 500 Series provides the most comprehensive worldwide coverage currently available on legal services providers, in over 100 countries.

Used by commercial and private clients, corporate counsel, CEOs, FDs and professional advisers – as well as by other referrers of work both nationally and internationally – the series is widely regarded as offering the definitive judgement of law firm capabilities. )

describes them as mostly a 2nd and 3rd Tier firm

http://www.legal500.com/firms/393/offices/7971

So you would be better off looking for 1st and 2nd Tier firms really wouldn’t you ???

One of Bond Pearce’s latest money making schemes is the Conditional Fee Agreement ( No Win – No Fee ). Some bright spark ( probably earnt him or her a partnership !! ) will have gone around various firms saying ” We will work for FREE for you. We will get all our money from the person you are litigating against. It will cost you nothing ! ” .

So, what Bond Pearce do is add their fees to any claims awarded.

http://www.bondpearce.com/news/ournews/partner_promotions_2011/

Interestingly this is one of the subjects that came under The Jackson Review

“ Lord Justice Jackson published the “Review of Civil Litigation Costs: Final Report” in January 2010. The report made various proposals for the reform of the costs regime in UK litigation. One of his key proposals was to end the recoverability of success fees and after-the-event insurance premiums under conditional fee agreements (for further details please see “Civil litigation costs review: key recommendations“). In July 2010 the government announced that it would consult on how to implement this proposal. The consultation will also gather opinion on the report’s other recommendations on funding arrangements, particularly the recommendation that lawyers be permitted to enter into contingency fee agreements.”

http://www.internationallawoffice.com/newsletters/detail.aspx?g=9c84e358-0204-49c5-a7f6-307b754f1b6a

More on this shortly !!!!

http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/solicitors.page

The enforcement on behalf of large corporations able to afford normal fee arrangements of the success fee element in Conditional Fee Agreements on Defendants in ‘easy to win’ cases has to be one of the biggest injustices perpetrated by lawyers.

It is typical of the legalised criminality employed by lawyers.

Think about this: A law firm agrees a CFA with it’s client that means that anyone that it’s client litigates against will ( if they lose ) end up paying NOT only the normal legal fees but ALSO an additional success fee. The client is protected and they and the lawyer typically takes out insurance so that if they do lose the case their costs are covered anyway. That’s what’s called a Win-Win situation !!

Bond Pearce’s use of the Conditional Fee Agreement is a complete distortion of it’s intended use. The CFA was intended to allow claimants who could not afford legal fees the opportunity to get legal redress i.e. it was intended for the ” small person ” to take on the ” big company or organisation “. Instead Bond Pearce are helping big, rich companies get even richer by using the CFA against the ” small person “. In addition to helping the big companies get bigger Bond Pearce typically double the fees that they would normally have received.

Litigation – United Kingdom

Conditional fee agreements after Jackson: consultation and next steps

Contributed by Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP

October 05 2010

Background
Success fees, after-the-event insurance and contingency fees
Report
Consultation


Background

Lord Justice Jackson published the “Review of Civil Litigation Costs: Final Report” in January 2010. The report made various proposals for the reform of the costs regime in UK litigation. One of his key proposals was to end the recoverability of success fees and after-the-event insurance premiums under conditional fee agreements (for further details please see “Civil litigation costs review: key recommendations“). In July 2010 the government announced that it would consult on how to implement this proposal. The consultation will also gather opinion on the report’s other recommendations on funding arrangements, particularly the recommendation that lawyers be permitted to enter into contingency fee agreements.

Success fees, after-the-event insurance and contingency fees

In a conditional fee agreement a success fee is an amount paid to lawyers when a certain event arises – usually, the client winning the case. This amount is additional to the amount that would normally be payable if there were no conditional fee agreement, often referred to as the ‘base cost’ of the law firm.(1) A success fee is expressed as a percentage uplift on the base cost, the maximum uplift being 100%. Both the base cost and the success fee are recoverable from the other side if the client wins the proceedings. A success fee is calculated by taking into account (i) the risk element (ie, the risk of losing the litigation), and (ii) the postponement element (ie, the cost of not being paid the fee until the outcome of the litigation is known).

Often, a party relying on a success fee also enters into after-the-event insurance in order to cover the opponent’s legal costs should the case be lost.

A contingency fee arrangement provides that a client does not pay its own lawyer’s fees if the case is lost. However, where the client wins or settles favourably, the client’s lawyer receives the fee from the damages that the claimant recovers (in contrast to a success fee, where a client’s legal fees are recoverable directly from the opponent).

Report

The report noted that the rationale for introducing conditional fee agreements was to make legal action more attractive to those unable to qualify for legal aid after the threshold for entitlement had been lowered. Under a conditional fee agreement the burden of funding litigation was shifted from the taxpayer (as in the case of legal aid) to the opposing party. However, it was noted that where the opposing party is a public body – for example, the National Health Service (NHS) – the cost of funding the litigation is still effectively met by the taxpayer, and that millions of pounds are spent each year defending claims against tax-funded entities.

The report also attacks conditional fee agreements on the grounds that they often result in the creation of ‘super-claimants’ who enjoy a package of a conditional fee agreement, after-the-event cover and third-party funding, and thus assume minimal risk. The burden of costs is transferred to the opponent and claimants with conditional fee agreements often have little interest in controlling the costs being incurred on their behalf. The report also states that conditional fee agreements allow claimant solicitors to cherry-pick cases which they see as being likely to win in order to maximise their fees.

The report’s main recommendation was that success fees and after-the-event premiums cease to be recoverable from unsuccessful opponents where the client wins the case. Conditional fee agreements would remain available, but success fees would be capped at 25% of damages and would be borne by the claimant. In practice, this would mean that a success fee would be paid out of any award of damages. However, in order to ensure that successful claimants are properly compensated, the report recommends increasing the level of general damages for personal injuries, nuisance and other civil wrongs by 10%. It was also recommended that the reward for a successful Part 36 offer made by the claimant be enhanced, as this would help claimants to meet the success fee in the limited cases that proceed to trial. A further proposal would allow contingency fees or damages-based agreements, which would enable lawyers to take a share of their client’s damages. Such arrangements are not permitted under UK law.

Consultation

The consultation is likely to be thorough and wide ranging. Earlier in 2010 the Conditional Fee Agreement (Amendment) Order 2010, which proposed a cap for the maximum success fee in defamation cases at 10%, had a difficult passage through Parliament due to concerns that there had not been adequate consultation – the consultation period had been four weeks, rather than the usual 12. However, the fact that this order was expedited shows a willingness to implement legislative change in this area.

Reforms arising from the consultation with regard to the recoverability of success fees and after-the-event premiums are likely to require primary legislation. Perhaps a more decisive factor in implementation and legislative change will be the cost to local and central government. If the proposed changes fit the government’s cost-cutting agenda – and the cost of litigation to the NHS suggests that there are savings to be made – then new legislation may be more likely.

The short-term effect is likely to be increased awareness within the legal profession and the judiciary of the importance of controlling costs. The current consultation may be focused on recoverability, but the overarching theme of Jackson’s recommendations is to identify and tackle the causes of excessive costs. In this respect the consultation is relevant to all litigators, not just those instructed under conditional fee agreements.

For further information on this topic please contact Helen Fairhead at Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP by telephone (+44 20 3060 6000), fax (+44 20 3060 7000) or email (helen.fairhead@rpc.co.uk).

Endnotes

(1) The definition of a success fee can be found in Section 58(b) of the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990, as amended by Section 27 of the Access to Justice Act 1999

Other Plymouth lawyers you could use:

http://www.brightllp.co.uk/

http://www.footanstey.com/

http://www.gardandco.com/

http://www.wolferstans.com/index.cfm

http://www.symonds-solicitors.co.uk/

http://www.gillakaster.com/

http://www.thompsons.law.co.uk/

Job vacancy Poundbury Dorchester

Posted by Chris on July 29th, 2011

Job Vacancy Poundbury Dorchester

Do you have good communication skills with a friendly telephone manner?

Do you have good organisational skills?

Can you work as part of a team?

Are you self motivated?

Are you looking for a local, full time office based job?

If the answer to all these questions is yes, you may be just who we are looking for.  If you think you are that person please send your CV tokaren.shannon@poundbury.com or post to the following address marked for the attention of Mrs Karen Shannon:

Poundbury Systems Ltd
Emeria House
71-73 Middlemarsh Street
Dorchester
Dorset
DT1 3FD

Reflections on the Moon Bear Sanctuary

Posted by Chris on July 26th, 2011

Reflections on the Moon Bear Sanctuary

This is a guest blog By Suzie Marsh June 2011

Doug and I have just returned from China where we went to visit the Moon Bear Rescue Centre owned and run by Animals Asia. We made the trip because I am planning a joint exhibition in 2012 with the wildlife artist Richard Symonds. Our aim is to raise funds for Animals Asia, a charity that we both support and now, as a result of our trip, we are both even more committed to helping them in any way that we can. Our time out there with the Animals Asia founder, Jill Robinson MBE, her staff, the volunteers and, of course, the bears has proved to be a life-changing experience for all of us.

It seemed a very long way to go to see some bears, but l was keen to go and “meet them in the flesh”. It was a too good an opportunity to miss and, as we were all to find out, these are not just any old bears, these are very special bears who are worth fighting for. They are bears who have gone to hell and beyond all their lives, living under constant torture and pain in bile farms until being rescued and by Jill and her wonderful team. Now they are cared for and have the freedom to walk, and to explore. They can lie in the sun, dig in rain puddles and feel the earth and grass beneath their feet.

To see the rescued bears today you could be forgiven for forgetting what they have gone through. They are now happy, healthy, well cared for and contented bears, but look closely and you can still see their physical scars.

Some have missing limbs whilst others have bald lines showing where the metal jackets, snares and bars have cut into them for years; others are blind and nearly all have many missing teeth – teeth that have either been knocked out or cut down by the bile farmer or just worn down on the cage bars by the bears in their desperation.

Photo of Starlight

Photo of Jill and Jasper

Photo of Billy

It is a truly amazing experience to see them now and to see how few show any lasting mental problems. Thanks to the constant and patient care of the Animals Asia team the bears have managed to at last live. They play and live happily together in large green enclosures. Each day their food is prepared and placed in new places and in new toys so that they can search it out. Different toys are placed in the enclosures and even the waterfalls into their ponds vary each day with the way the water gushes out. So no day is the same for them. They have swings, hammocks, trees and climbing frames to explore.

A striking example of a bear who has gone through sheer hell and who now has the life he deserves is Oliver who has become a sort of flagship bear for the sanctuary to illustrate what they are fighting for. Oliver is a brown bear who has suffered incarceration for thirty years! Thirty years is the natural life span for a brown bear, so this means he has been in pain and terror for all his life. As a result of his imprisonment he has many health problems, the most noticeable to a visitor being his stunted legs. Due to growing up in a crate he now looks like a sausage bear, which is not cute, it breaks your heart. But now he is spending the life he has left to him in peace and freedom being well cared for and well-loved by all who know him. He plays and explores his surroundings, enjoying the pool and the grass beneath him. Our first introduction to him reduced us all to tears as we found it hard to comprehend what he must have been through. Thinking of him still brings tears to my eyes but they are happy tears for the life he now has and we all hope he has many more years to enjoy his new free life.

When we arrived at the sanctuary I had no idea of how powerful an effect the place would have on me, or in fact on all of us. At the sight of my first bear I was over come and burst into tears. I then spent the rest of my time swinging from tears of joy at seeing them now and tears of pain thinking of what they had gone through before reaching the sanctuary. Now even a photo can bring it all the emotions back to me.

Photo of Clancy Jack

Photo of Oliver

Sadly not all the rescued bears make it. For some the kindest thing to do is to euthanize them to put them out of their pain and suffering. They are buried with love and dignity by the river in the sanctuary cemetery. A walk through a bamboo forest brings you to this haven, a very moving and peaceful place where white butterflies dance amongst small mounds of earth topped with simple wooden crosses. Each mound has a stone carrying the bear’s name and the day it died. I found myself wandering into this place several times during our stay. Each time it would bring tears to my eyes and yet I also found it to be so beautiful. Whilst watching the butterflies floating about in the dappled haze of misty sunshine I could hear the faint sound of Chinese music. I felt this part of the sanctuary to be very special to me, so much so, that I am planning a memorial sculpture to put in amongst the bears. Scattered between the bears you can also find several graves with the name “Dog” on them. Many of the local workers now ask if they can bring their pet dogs for burial here. They are labelled simply “Dog” not out of disrespect, but because that is a common given name, as we would call our pets Rover or Nelly.

This trip was not all about sorrow; it was also about being positive and doing what we can to put an end, sooner rather than later, to bear farming and the suffering of all the bears still to be freed. These animals are so long-suffering and stoical that they can

Photo of The cemetery

Photo of Caesar at point of rescue, still wearing the “full metal jacket”.

Photo of Caesar now!

Photo of Paddy

Link to YouTube to see the following Video’s by Richard Sy-monds

“Would you believe me” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaloDpIyqqM

“The first time …” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqamfM4P1yU

endure years of horrific pain that would kill another animal. You may think “what is the point?” That it is a battle that can’t be won. But it can! The tide is changing; a majority of the Chinese people are now also calling for it to stop and the Chinese government is sympathetic. Let’s help them. You may think that all this effort and struggle is a hopeless task, but visit this sanctuary and you will see the rescued bears finally able to live free and doing what bears should be able to do and you will realise that even to have saved only one bear would have made it all worthwhile.

At present there are just over one-hundred and seventy live and happy bears in the Chengdu Sanctuary and another seventy-nine bears and cubs in the Animals Asia sanctuary in Vietnam. Animals Asia is one of only two animal charities that actually own and run their own sanctuaries. The rescued bears are a lifetime commitment and need constant support. Each bear comes with its own tragic story, but each one has the relief of being freed from the crushing crates and pain. I cannot describe the feeling you get from being there. We spent just under a week there and not once did I get bored with looking at the bears. The days flew by and I envy the volunteers and workers whose job it is to observe these bears every day. What a job!

I hope from reading this you will be inspired to find out more about Animals Asia and that it will lead to you helping them too. You can look them up via the link from this website.

Thanks for taking the time to read this. This is a battle worth fighting and one that can be won!

If you would like to be on our mailing list for our Animals Asia exhibition next year, please contact us by letter or email and we will add you to our list.

suzie@dale3704.fsnet.co.uk

Suzie Marsh Sculpture

Manor Cottage

Rosecraddoc

Liskeard

Cornwall PL14 5AE

http://www.animalsasia.org/

Photo of Jingle

The Britannia Inn Halkyn

Posted by Chris on July 18th, 2011

The Britannia Inn Halkyn is a great pub that used to be run very well by Sarah and Kelly who always gave you a warm welcome to the Britannia Inn, Halkyn. Sarah and Kelly have recently left the establishment. They refurbished everywhere but  kept the original fixtures. They used to serve traditional Home Cooked food 7 days a week and had excellent Beers, Friendly Atmosphere, fantastic food and a stunning view over The Dee Estuary from the restaurant including Disabled facilities. The Britannia Inn certainly goes back to the 17th century and possibly further back. It was, prior to the building of the A55 in the 1820s, situated on the main Chester to Holyhead mail-coach road. The Britannia’s outbuildings served as the local abattoir and publicans are often described as ‘Publican and Butcher’ although more recently the description ” Rat and Snake ” has been used. It was owned from 1807 by the Dukes of Westminster, and it was virtually rebuilt by them in the 1890s. The longest serving tenants, from 1886, were members of the Vickers family and they bought the premises in 1911 when the Westminster Estate sold its properties in Halkyn. Entertainment and Forthcoming Events: Caravan Hook ups may be Coming Soon ( April 2009 – In the field that overlooks the Dee Estury )A  Children’s adventure play ground will be available by April 2009 ( not built yet ). Entertainment – karaoke 1st Saturday of every month from 9pm. live bands on every other week party nights & theme nights will be starting soon. Quiz Night every Sunday @ 8pm Cash Prizes plus many more. Sarah & Kelly have recently left the Britannia Inn, They had completely refurbished the whole bar and restaurant.

Whilst the Britannia Inn is well established the oldest inn in the area is The Glan yr Afon Inn, Milwr, Dolphin which was built in 1559, the secondyear of Queen Elizabeth the First’s reign. The Glan yr Afon Inn has an award winning restaurant, fabulous rooms overlooking the River Dee and a really friendly bar and games room area.

dogue de bordeaux puppies for sale

Posted by Chris on July 12th, 2011

Royal Taylor have a litter of dogue de bordeaux puppies due in July.

Loti – The Mum

Napolean – The Dad !

We have an exciting litter of dogue de bordeaux puppies  due in July 2011 between our girl Loti and Napolean of World Winning Shrimpmyster Kennels.

Loti is a very gentle and loving girl who comes from great lines and Napolean is a Hungarian Import with an impressive list of champions before him. He has a very calm personality with stunning looks.

Both dogs have fantastic temperaments, dark red colour, great proportions and muscle tone. They have over 20 champions in their pedigrees including the famous Chartons bloodlines.

Napolean’s pedigree is available to view here:

http://www.champdogs.co.uk/dog/26066#pedigree

If you are interested in a puppy from this litter please email us with the reasons why you would like a Dogue De Bordeaux puppy and why you think you would be a good owner.

http://www.royaltaylor.co.uk/litters.htm

Company Insolvency Advice

Posted by Chris on July 8th, 2011

Overview of 4R Business Recovery’s Company Insolvency Advice

They provide a complete company rescue, insolvency, liquidation and business recovery process and advice.

If your company is under pressure from creditors, the Inland Revenue or your bank, and you believe your company is in jeopardy and at risk from failing then you should call  4R Business Recovery.

They can help with immediate advice and support. They will work with you to identify the appropriate solutions and help you move from Rescue to Restructure and Recovery and finally Reward.

If the business cannot be rescued then they can provide the appropriate insolvency or liquidation procedure.

In the first instance they provide simple and concise online advice via their video tutorials, which give you easy to digest access to information, and pdf downloads.

Give 4R Business Recovery  a call and they can discuss your business problems, and give you telephone advice as to your potential turnaround strategy.

The Directors

Kevin Pritchard

B.A [Hons]

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Kevin was 34 when Amersham International appointed him in 1994 as the Managing Director of LAB M Ltd. Previously he had worked for Amersham as Divisional Sales and Marketing Manager in major blue chips like “Johnson & Johnson” in pharmaceuticals and ophthalmic’ and been responsible for major brands and sales and marketing.

By his own admission he was a nightmare to manage; “ I had far to much ambition and was arrogant enough to believe I was right most of the time. With the politics of corporate life and the under achievement all around me I rightly identified it was never going to happen for me in the “corporate” environment, and I looked for an opportunity to start my own business.”

In 1994 I had an opportunity to buy a small lab in Huddersfield, and establish The Food Technology Centre Ltd. “The first few years were very tough and a lot of sleepless nights later I felt I had earned my strips as an entrepreneur”.

Kevin grew this into a major UK testing business and sold the whole business in 2006 in a trade sale to Eclipse Scientific which was then sold within 12 months to 3i.

He understands the mechanism of building value and managing small and medium sized business to maximise shareholder value and preparing and presenting a business for the nest stage in its development. Kevin holds a number of directorships linked to the investments of Incubator Capital Partners.


4R Business Recovery Turnaround Process

There are a number of common themes as to why a business gets into trouble and at risk of failing. However the route or strategy for business turnaround is very specific to needs of your business.

When you are in the eye of the storm and under creditor and legal pressure it is difficult to see a way out [the sleepless nights do not help]. It does not have to be this way, [this we promise you]. By taking the first step and working with 4R Business Recovery you are making a conscious decision to turn your business, your life and your family’s fortunes around either by improved business profitability and cash flow or by repositioning. This could even be a precursor to the selling of your business for a significant cash sum.

Our team has considerable experience working with distressed SME’s and almost always either save the company or, if it has to liquidate, to shelter the company directors from more serious personal loss

Let us put a stop to creditor pressure and call us now and let us help Free Phone 0800 9020123

1. Restructure

…and Change Management

The reasons behind a company failure or insolvency have common themes, the solutions however are specific to your company and your individual needs. What ever you did before needs to be changed in order to ensure we affect real business recovery.

2. Recovery

…and “Enterprise Life” Membership Site

Lets assume we fix the business fundamentals or maybe they were never broken so how do we tune and prepare your business for income, capital gain and wealth creation.

3. Reward

…and exit strategies for wealth creation

The reward element of developing and building a business is in our opinion the most important part of the planning process. Let us show you how to create a wealth creation strategy that achieve yours and your families wishes.

Call us on

0800 9020123

Email us on

info@4rbusinessrecovery.co.uk

http://www.4rbusinessrecovery.co.uk/

Website:

Business Liquidation Advice

Posted by Chris on July 7th, 2011

Overview of 4R Business Recovery’s Business Liquidation Advice

They provide a complete business rescue, insolvency, liquidation and business recovery process and advice.

If your business is under pressure from creditors, the Inland Revenue or your bank, and you believe your business is in jeopardy and at risk from failing then you should call  4R Business Recovery.

They can help with immediate advice and support. They will work with you to identify the appropriate solutions and help you move from Rescue to Restructure and Recovery and finally Reward.

If the business cannot be rescued then they can provide the appropriate insolvency or liquidation procedure.

In the first instance they provide simple and concise online advice via their video tutorials, which give you easy to digest access to information, and pdf downloads.

Give 4R Business Recovery  a call and they can discuss your business problems, and give you telephone advice as to your potential turnaround strategy.

The Directors

Kevin Pritchard

B.A [Hons]

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Kevin was 34 when Amersham International appointed him in 1994 as the Managing Director of LAB M Ltd. Previously he had worked for Amersham as Divisional Sales and Marketing Manager in major blue chips like “Johnson & Johnson” in pharmaceuticals and ophthalmic’ and been responsible for major brands and sales and marketing.

By his own admission he was a nightmare to manage; “ I had far to much ambition and was arrogant enough to believe I was right most of the time. With the politics of corporate life and the under achievement all around me I rightly identified it was never going to happen for me in the “corporate” environment, and I looked for an opportunity to start my own business.”

In 1994 I had an opportunity to buy a small lab in Huddersfield, and establish The Food Technology Centre Ltd. “The first few years were very tough and a lot of sleepless nights later I felt I had earned my strips as an entrepreneur”.

Kevin grew this into a major UK testing business and sold the whole business in 2006 in a trade sale to Eclipse Scientific which was then sold within 12 months to 3i.

He understands the mechanism of building value and managing small and medium sized business to maximise shareholder value and preparing and presenting a business for the nest stage in its development. Kevin holds a number of directorships linked to the investments of Incubator Capital Partners.


4R Business Recovery Turnaround Process

There are a number of common themes as to why a business gets into trouble and at risk of failing. However the route or strategy for business turnaround is very specific to needs of your business.

When you are in the eye of the storm and under creditor and legal pressure it is difficult to see a way out [the sleepless nights do not help]. It does not have to be this way, [this we promise you]. By taking the first step and working with 4R Business Recovery you are making a conscious decision to turn your business, your life and your family’s fortunes around either by improved business profitability and cash flow or by repositioning. This could even be a precursor to the selling of your business for a significant cash sum.

Our team has considerable experience working with distressed SME’s and almost always either save the company or, if it has to liquidate, to shelter the company directors from more serious personal loss

Let us put a stop to creditor pressure and call us now and let us help Free Phone 0800 9020123

1. Restructure

…and Change Management

The reasons behind a business failure or insolvency have common themes, the solutions however are specific to your business and your individual needs. What ever you did before needs to be changed in order to ensure we affect real business recovery.

2. Recovery

…and “Enterprise Life” Membership Site

Lets assume we fix the business fundamentals or maybe they were never broken so how do we tune and prepare your business for income, capital gain and wealth creation.

3. Reward

…and exit strategies for wealth creation

The reward element of developing and building a business is in our opinion the most important part of the planning process. Let us show you how to create a wealth creation strategy that achieve yours and your families wishes.

Call us on

0800 9020123

Email us on

info@4rbusinessrecovery.co.uk

http://www.4rbusinessrecovery.co.uk/

Website:

Cisco Phone Systems Warwickshire

Posted by Chris on July 6th, 2011

If you are looking for Cisco phone systems in the Warwickshire area then I highly recommend that you give Clare a call at Poundbury Systems.

Clare will discuss the right Cisco phone system to meet your requirements.

Cisco Bundles

Increase business productivity and make every call more intelligent with Cisco® Unified Communications. Our voice over IP (VoIP) phone system solution integrates with your computer network, giving you a more efficient way to manage calls – and your small business. Cisco Unified Communications can help make your business more productive by:

  • Improving communication among employees, customers, and suppliers
  • Allowing access to the network and information from anywhere, at any time, with remote access and wireless mobility
    Integrating your phone system with computer applications, enabling click-to-dial contacts and call information capture in your customer relationship management (CRM) software
  • Offering a wide range of HD Voice enabled IP phones
  • Making it easy to set up conferences anytime, anywhere with your IP phone
  • Providing a full set of VoIP service offerings
  • Allowing you to focus on your business and not on your phone system, with Poundbury Systems support services

Understand your options when it comes to your next phone system and demystify what VoIP and unified communications mean to your small business by setting up a meeting with one of our specialists.

For Small Business - Cisco

Contact Clare at Poundbury on :

Poundbury Systems Ltd.
Emeria House
71-73 Middlemarsh St
Dorchester
DT1 3FD

Tel: 01305 259849
Fax: 01305 259725

enquiries@poundbury.com

http://www.poundbury.com/contact

Cisco Phone Systems Wiltshire

Posted by Chris on July 6th, 2011

If you are looking for Cisco phone systems in the Wiltshire area then I highly recommend that you give Clare a call at Poundbury Systems.

Clare will discuss the right Cisco phone system to meet your requirements.

Cisco Bundles

Increase business productivity and make every call more intelligent with Cisco® Unified Communications. Our voice over IP (VoIP) phone system solution integrates with your computer network, giving you a more efficient way to manage calls – and your small business. Cisco Unified Communications can help make your business more productive by:

  • Improving communication among employees, customers, and suppliers
  • Allowing access to the network and information from anywhere, at any time, with remote access and wireless mobility
    Integrating your phone system with computer applications, enabling click-to-dial contacts and call information capture in your customer relationship management (CRM) software
  • Offering a wide range of HD Voice enabled IP phones
  • Making it easy to set up conferences anytime, anywhere with your IP phone
  • Providing a full set of VoIP service offerings
  • Allowing you to focus on your business and not on your phone system, with Poundbury Systems support services

Understand your options when it comes to your next phone system and demystify what VoIP and unified communications mean to your small business by setting up a meeting with one of our specialists.

For Small Business - Cisco

Contact Clare at Poundbury on :

Poundbury Systems Ltd.
Emeria House
71-73 Middlemarsh St
Dorchester
DT1 3FD

Tel: 01305 259849
Fax: 01305 259725

enquiries@poundbury.com

http://www.poundbury.com/contact

Supporting Wiltshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Dorset, London.

Cisco Phone Systems Berkshire

Posted by Chris on July 6th, 2011

If you are looking for Cisco phone systems in the Berkshire area then I highly recommend that you give Clare a call at Poundbury Systems.

Clare will discuss the right Cisco phone system to meet your requirements.

Cisco Bundles

Increase business productivity and make every call more intelligent with Cisco® Unified Communications. Our voice over IP (VoIP) phone system solution integrates with your computer network, giving you a more efficient way to manage calls – and your small business. Cisco Unified Communications can help make your business more productive by:

  • Improving communication among employees, customers, and suppliers
  • Allowing access to the network and information from anywhere, at any time, with remote access and wireless mobility
    Integrating your phone system with computer applications, enabling click-to-dial contacts and call information capture in your customer relationship management (CRM) software
  • Offering a wide range of HD Voice enabled IP phones
  • Making it easy to set up conferences anytime, anywhere with your IP phone
  • Providing a full set of VoIP service offerings
  • Allowing you to focus on your business and not on your phone system, with Poundbury Systems support services

Understand your options when it comes to your next phone system and demystify what VoIP and unified communications mean to your small business by setting up a meeting with one of our specialists.

For Small Business - Cisco

Contact Clare at Poundbury on :

Poundbury Systems Ltd.
Emeria House
71-73 Middlemarsh St
Dorchester
DT1 3FD

Tel: 01305 259849
Fax: 01305 259725

enquiries@poundbury.com

http://www.poundbury.com/contact

Supporting Berkshire, Wiltshire, Hampshire, London and Dorset.


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