I’ve been asked more than once in the last few weeks what we think about the outlook for 2019. A loaded question, and perhaps more loaded than usual given the
We all try to use common-sense when making decisions, but this can be difficult during periods of turbulence and change. Read on to find out our three easy steps for keeping your head while making tough calls.
Whilst 2020 was a shocker of a year on so many levels and many of us spent a large part of the last 12 months in a state of disbelief, our job as business owners is to now figure out based upon what has happened and is happening what might be coming next. After all the only constant is change!
What can be said about 2020 that isn’t painfully obvious to anyone in business? When it comes to planning, the saying ‘if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans’ rings true.
The article by Tom Mcllroy in last Friday’s Financial Review entitled Manufacturing key to recovery from Virus hit1 may have seemed extravagant even by the current standards of grand political soundbites.
It was interesting to read the article by Sue Mitchell in last week’s Financial Review talking about the current power balance shift between retail tenants and landlords.
Our view on this is yes, with some important caveats. Firstly, and now more than ever, a business really needs to be across its numbers and have a well-articulated outlook.