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10 ways PR can help property developers and agents

Whether you are a developer, a real estate agent or other type of property professional, PR is one of the most cost-effective ways to promote your business and position yourself as an expert in the field. A property PR agency will help you to generate free editorial...

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How industry analysts can help promote your tech firm

Industry analysts such as Gartner and Forrester might be familiar names, but tech businesses are often unaware of exactly what they do or how they can help to promote their business. Here we explain the importance of building relationships with analysts and how to...

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M&A advisers: how to promote your role in a deal

Corporate lawyers and advisers play an integral role in M&A deals but once the transaction completes, they are often overlooked in the subsequent publicity. Yet it is important to publicise your role in transactions as clients often choose an advisor on the strength...

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Record year as Turquoise PR advises on 60 deals in 2018

Turquoise PR advised on 60 deals in 2018 – our largest number in any year to date. They ranged from management buy-outs, acquisitions and sales to investments by angels, private equity funds and other funding providers. We acted on behalf of investors, advisers and...

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Personal insolvencies reach seven-year high

The number of personal insolvencies reached 115,299 in 2018 - an increase of 16% on the previous year and the highest annual total since 2011, according to figures from the government’s Insolvency Service released today. The rise was driven by an increase in...

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10% rise in business insolvencies

The number of corporate insolvencies rose by 10% in real terms in 2018 compared to the previous year, according to figures released today by the government’s Insolvency Service. They show that there were 16,090 business insolvencies during the year. While business...

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Survey reveals debt struggles for North West firms

One in six (16%) North West companies is just paying the interest on its debts, rather than repaying the debt itself, according to new research from the insolvency and restructuring trade body R3. R3’s latest Business Distress Index also found that 18% of North West...

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Figures reveal sharp fall in North West businesses number

The number of active businesses in the North West fell by almost 5,000 in December, according to research by insolvency and restructuring trade body R3. The sharp drop – which is only the third fall in the past two years – is a further indication that the...

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Personal insolvencies reach seven-year high

The number of personal insolvencies reached 115,299 in 2018 - an increase of 16% on the previous year and the highest annual total since 2011, according to figures from the government’s Insolvency Service released today. The rise was driven by an increase in...

read more

10% rise in business insolvencies

The number of corporate insolvencies rose by 10% in real terms in 2018 compared to the previous year, according to figures released today by the government’s Insolvency Service. They show that there were 16,090 business insolvencies during the year. While business...

read more

Survey reveals debt struggles for North West firms

One in six (16%) North West companies is just paying the interest on its debts, rather than repaying the debt itself, according to new research from the insolvency and restructuring trade body R3. R3’s latest Business Distress Index also found that 18% of North West...

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Figures reveal sharp fall in North West businesses number

The number of active businesses in the North West fell by almost 5,000 in December, according to research by insolvency and restructuring trade body R3. The sharp drop – which is only the third fall in the past two years – is a further indication that the...

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Pub numbers fall but jobs increase, new figures show

Almost one in four UK pubs have closed in the past decade with smaller, rural pubs being the worst affected, according to new figures from the Office of National Statistics. They show that in the North West, parts of East Lancashire have lost the greatest proportion...

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