How restructuring prepared an early-stage business for listing on AIM
Revenues were modest, the monthly cash burn was imposing, and cash was rapidly running out. The company had tried – but failed – to raise additional finance
How mentoring turned a troubled company around
On the face of it, the business possessed many strengths and the owner had a great deal of experience in the industry. Why, then, were revenue and profits dwindling?
How a fresh approach helped a top 30 UK law firm increase PEP by 30%
Following a change at the top, net profits were starting to become reasonable, but profit per equity partner, though improving, was still significantly lower than its pre-downturn peak
From loss-making to breakeven in a year
A UK mobile phone retailer had striven unsuccessfully for two years to cut costs. My first priority was to understand its cost drivers and the value they added