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Is your business ready for the forecasted growth in the UK

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Is your business ready for the forecasted growth in the UK

By , June 11, 2021
Bank of England, London

Bank of England upgrades its 2021 growth outlook for UK economy to 7.25%, up from 5% as forecast in February. Are you and your business ready to benefit from this good news?

As the UK comes out of lockdown, and the vaccine programme continues apace, the economic signs are encouraging. How can business owners benefit from this and ensure they get their longer terms plans back on track?

Now is the time to ensure your business is geared up to maximise sales growth and, if you were thinking about succession plans and exit then now is certainly the time to get those plans back on the table.

Planning a successful succession and exit for your business takes time and effort but it is very worthwhile as the rewards are substantially more than if you left it market forces. If you would like to hear more about how to manage your growth, succession and exit contact is for an initial discussion.

Paul Vousden

Paul Vousden

Partner

Paul is a seasoned business executive who supports SME business owners with growth and exit plans. Originally from a PR and marketing background he has created, built and sold two successful businesses. He has also worked extensively as a senior interim director in both private and public sectors and been involved with business turnarounds.

After working for leading London advertising and PR agencies he set up an independent PR and marketing company with a business partner. He ran this company for 10 years before exiting via a management buyout. He then went on to operate as a senior interim executive working for a wide range of private sector organisations as well as central government and NHS assignments. His depth and breadth of experience led him to provide support for SMEs that are looking for growth and how to maximise the value of their business asset.

Paul operates both strategically providing guidance and business planning, and operationally delivering and managing projects that will have a significant impact on the growth of a business. He has also worked with a number of early stage technology companies to help raise finance and prepare investment deck presentations.

Paul is a widower with two grown up children, and two young grandchildren, He lives in north Kent and his client base is in both central London and the home counties.

His leisure interests include spending time with his family, sailing, fencing, entertaining, keeping fit by growing organic vegetables in his large garden and trying to learn how to dance the tango.