Non-Executive Director Recruiter: CityWest Homes Ltd Location: Central London Salary:
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Non-Executive Director – NHS Blood and Transplant Recruiter: Department of Health Location: London (Greater) Salary:
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Non-Executive Director, Financial Conduct Authority London HM Treasury is seeking to appoint a non-executive director with expertise in consumer affairs to the Board of the FCA. The FCA is an independent financial regulator with the strategic objective of ensuring that the UK’s financial markets function well. It works alongside the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and […
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Non-Executive Director – Risk & Governance Recruiter: The Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Location: Shropshire Salary:
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In this article, Les Green offers insights into joining the ‘10% club’. He is Managing Partner of Lex Associates LLP, a specialist in the support, development and financing of fast growing companies. He has assisted dozens of companies during past 25 years and personally launched two new businesses: he sold his first to a UK based plc after five years; and took another to AIM within three years.
I was recently asked to speak to a group of entrepreneurs about what it takes to build a successful business. What made it slightly tricky was that the attendees had a wide range of experience – some recently setting off on their own whilst others had already built and sold companies.
After much consideration, I decided not only to provide some tips and guidance about surviving as a new business but also to cover a topic which probably keeps more entrepreneurs awake at night than any other – the raising and managing of cash. In the present climate, where credit is tight and banks are less willing to back new …read more
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