Planning for success

By: Lithgow Perkins LLP  06/06/2011
Keywords: accounting services, Business Planning, business advisors


Everyone knows that a successful business must plan ahead, but all too often the pressures of keeping the business going on a daily basis mean that strategic planning is not given the attention it needs. The result is often rushed judgements, over- or under-capacity, or missed opportunities.

Every business owner needs a planning adviser who has the time and space to take the long view and advise on appropriate courses of action before it is too late. With years of experience advising the local business community we have a wealth of experience and expertise for you to draw on.

We can help by sitting down with you and discussing your business – its strengths and weaknesses and the risks and opportunities you face. At the end of the process we will provide you with a focused report that summarises the current situation, assesses current financial performance and identifies short and long term critical strategic issues.

Together we will identify and agree the key actions you need to take. We know that every business has constraints on time and money so the actions we agree with you will prioritised and realistic

If you feel we can help, please contact either Joe Taylor at or Martin Hirst at or call Joe or Martin on 01423 564446.

Keywords: accounting services, business advisors, Business Planning

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