People - the major changes in UK employment law for 2024
blogs & articles
31 Jan 24

People - the major changes in UK employment law for 2024

Flexible Working Rights; National Minimum Wage; Zero Hours and Agency Workers; Post-Brexit Changes
The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act (ECCTA)
blogs & articles
23 Jan 24

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act (ECCTA)

ECCTA came into effect on 26 October 2023 and brings in a number of changes that will shake things up for every company registered at Companies House. The rollout of these changes won’t happen overnight. Some might take until 2025 to kick in, We offer complete range of company secretariat services. Our Annual Compliance Fee covers everything from acting as your company secretary, being the first point of contact on all matters relating to Companies House, providing an email contact point, registered office, maintaining all statutory records and filing the confirmation statement.
Video - how we do things
videos
3 Jan 24

Video - how we do things

Looking to expand overseas? Crossing that bridge into another land can be confusing and problematic – on your own. The good news is there is no need to stress when you can let us guide your hand. Entreprenör, your dependable, one-stop solution: - Legal framework - National and local tax registrations - Employment contracts - Payroll - Book-keeping - Virtual office services - Year-end accounting - Recruitment - Market Entry & expansion - All from one, single, dedicated Controller and reliable point of contact.
Partner - ChannelCreator
1 Jan 24

Partner - ChannelCreator

Software companies today face two major challenges, the first being the sheer number of competitors in every market space promoting a similar concept. With the cost of development coming down all the time, in the resulting race the focus needs to be on sales and execution. This brings us to the second challenge: how to outmanoeuvre your competition by entering new markets more quickly and effectively. This is where ChannelCreator truly shines.
Video - why choose us
videos
25 Dec 23

Video - why choose us

Entering a new market may seem daunting, and looking to expand your market you should be spending your time on the areas which have already made you successful – that is growing the business. We are here to make sure that your entry into the UK market is done correctly and you have peace of mind knowing that your non-core business activities are being correctly dealt with.
Sales - enhance onboarding & reduce churn
case studies
17 Oct 23

Sales - enhance onboarding & reduce churn

Support a client with addressing customer churn by establishing an onboarding department and delivering clear value to customers within the first 3 months of the project start. A London based tech business faced the challenge of clients not renewing their contracts. Our consultant was engaged to analyse the churn rate and it was required develop an onboarding department to ensure value was delivered to clients. The goal was to decrease churn and enhance customer satisfaction within the initial 3 month period.
Operational Turnaround
case studies
9 Oct 23

Operational Turnaround

To support and oversee commercial transition, by driving revenue growth, streamline operations and cut costs. A B2B and B2C business faced declining growth and revenues. The founder expressed a desire to step down after ten years of running the company and approached our consultant to oversee the commercial transition, implement operational changes, and achieve specific targets.
Go to market strategy
case studies
2 Oct 23

Go to market strategy

A chamber of commerce wanted to ensure successful soft landing in the UK for 8 companies by receiving guidance and feedback prior their growth journey in Europe.
Data Protection - Switzerland
blogs & articles
25 Sep 23

Data Protection - Switzerland

Switzerland has taken a significant step forward in safeguarding its citizens' digital privacy with the implementation of its new Data Protection Law, which came into effect on 25 September 2023.
Don’t outsource your DPO! Or should you?
blogs & articles
25 Apr 23

Don’t outsource your DPO! Or should you?

There is always someone in the office who can take be persuaded to take on a new “hat”. “Money laundering officer”, “Fire Marshall” and “Health & Safety Officer” are common examples. This usually happens when the implications of non-compliance are deemed low risk and the appointment will probably work adequately until there is a real problem. This is different!
Tips for Controllers and Processors
blogs & articles
18 Apr 23

Tips for Controllers and Processors

UK GDPR defines two types of organization, controller and processor. Here we provide further tips.
Top tips for compliant data sharing
blogs & articles
11 Apr 23

Top tips for compliant data sharing

Here is a checklist of issues to bear in mind when data sharing.
When do you need a Data Protection Officer?
blogs & articles
4 Apr 23

When do you need a Data Protection Officer?

GDPR includes a statutory requirement for a Data Protection Officer, or DPO, we outline the situations in this blog.
We are growing!
news
4 Apr 23

We are growing!

Thrilled to announce that entreprenör has acquired London Corporate Limited, an established accounting and advisory business, specializing in providing comprehensive services to the SME market, particularly those establishing their businesses in the UK.
Corporate responsibility for the Data Protection Officer role
blogs & articles
28 Mar 23

Corporate responsibility for the Data Protection Officer role

GDPR sets out the responsibilities of both the Data Protection Officer and the organisation which appoints the DPO.
Cost Plus vs Transfer Pricing
guides
21 Mar 23

Cost Plus vs Transfer Pricing

Transfer pricing and cost-plus arrangements are both methods used by multinational corporations to determine the prices at which goods, services, and intellectual property are transferred between related entities. While there are similarities between these two concepts, there are also some key differences when operating a UK subsidiary.
What is a Subject Access Request (SAR)?
blogs & articles
13 Mar 23

What is a Subject Access Request (SAR)?

Subject access is the right to access your own personal data held by any organization. This blog looks at how to recognise and manage incoming subject access requests.
Recruitment - top tips for managing CVs
blogs & articles
6 Mar 23

Recruitment - top tips for managing CVs

Our top tips Give individuals advance warning of how personal data will be used - A CV should be kept for no more than six months - A speculative CV that is of interest could be kept for up to six months - Sharing CVs put the information in a central location
Tech companies looking for investors - benefits and pitfalls of setting up a UK subsidiary
blogs & articles
1 Mar 23

Tech companies looking for investors - benefits and pitfalls of setting up a UK subsidiary

As a tech company looking for investors, setting up a UK subsidiary can provide a range of benefits, from gaining access to new markets and customers to attracting investment and talent. However, there are also potential pitfalls to consider.
Video - what is a Company Secretary
videos
9 Jan 23

Video - what is a Company Secretary

A Company Secretary is a fairly unique position within the English legal system. Having us as your Company Secretary will free you up to focus on the building of the UK business.
Director Duties
guides
1 Jan 23

Director Duties

This guide looks at what the Companies Act means for company directors, with special emphasis on directors’ duties. A general overview to those aspects of the Act which impact on directors. This guidance is an overview for directors of private companies, directors of public companies may have additional duties which can be advised on separately.
Setting up in the UK
guides
2 Dec 21

Setting up in the UK

What common structure options are available or required when setting up in the UK? 2 common options: - limited company (subsidiary) - branch (UK establishment)