Your Dedicated Accounting Team for New Trending Food and Beverage Manufacturers
At Paul & Co, we understand that manufacturing businesses focussed on new trending food and beverages face a fast-moving domestic and global landscape, with the challenges of sector disruption, economic uncertainty as well as cost pressures, labour issues and regulation. That’s what makes us different. As accountants and advisers, we work with our clients to help plot a path to success, whatever your aspirations are.
How Can We Help You
Our team offers core services, such as accounting for smaller manufacturing businesses and advice on tax, but above all, we are there to hold your hand and guide and direct you to success especially if you have reached a stage where you are wearing so many hats that real success seems to be eluding you
Reviewing your business and personal goals
Examining the issues and challenges you are facing in your business and how we can work with you to address them
Creating your business plan and setting realistic and measurable goals
Carry out an organisational review to improve efficiency and give you more time to concentrate on your key activities
Providing financial awareness coaching to help you understand your business and help you make more money
Tax planning and corporate restructuring
Understanding and claiming R&D tax credits
Helping find routes to finance through our extensive network of bankers, invoice financiers, and grant-makers
Developing an export strategy
Minimising risk from pricing and supply fluctuations
Optimising stock control
Making important investment decisions
Flexibility built by experts, to give you the quality service you deserve, when you need it.
If there’s a development in tax law, government policy or sector regulation, you can rely on our expert commentators to tell you what you need to know, what it means for your sector and, most importantly, what you should do about it.
A Government-backed insurance scheme will support the events and hospitality sector recover in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, it has been revealed. The report comes after the announcement of the £750 million Live Events Reinsurance Scheme developed in collaboration with financial services provider Lloyds.
It’s a critical component of supply chain management, and necessary for any business involved in buying or selling products. Improving inventory management requires increasing command of your warehouse operations and the physical stock inside it. We have summarised some areas you can work on right away that will improve your inventory management.
The wholesale food industry is faced with many new challenges as a result of the pandemic, most notably a decline in demand for goods as hotels, restaurants, schools and sporting venues operate at a lower capacity. As countries continue to battle the virus, consumer spending on food has not returned to prior-year levels as restaurants open, then close and partially open again.