Growing a business

Growth and expansion is an exciting, yet challenging time in the life-cycle of a business. Whilst growth is almost always positive, it does bring a whole host of new considerations for business owners.

Whether growing organically, or through mergers or acquisitions, it is important to structure your finances correctly and to ensure you have the right team in place to support your growth.

UNW offers advice and support when developing and executing a growth plan. We also identify funding options and eligibility, and assess your business strategy, to help shape and realise growth aspirations.

Neville Bearpark
Consultant

t: +44 (0)191 243 6000
e: nevillebearpark@unw.co.uk

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