London, United Kingdom, April 02, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Russell Bedford has recently released the March 2016 edition of its regular Business World magazine, a publication aimed primarily at owners and managers of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Business World delivers views and analysis written by specialists from within the Russell Bedford network, together with guest authors from other organisations. Articles in the March 2016 edition include:
Italy – an enticing business destination
New tax and regulatory reforms introduced by the Italian government offer a number of investment incentives for small and medium sized enterprises and foreign investors.
Buy-sell agreement – put it on your to-do list
Of all the business protections that companies routinely have in place, the one that seems to get the least attention is the buy-sell agreement. This article looks at buy-sell agreements and why it is a good idea to have one.
BEPS – it only affects the multinationals, right?
Read about what BEPS means in practice, who it is likely to affect, and what your business should be doing now.
Turbulence is the new normal
Constant economic and regulatory change is inevitable in the business as well as the accountancy profession. It’s not just about weathering the storm: forecasting and adapting to change is vital.
Doing Business 2016: Measuring regulatory quality and efficiency
An insight into the World Bank’s Doing Business report on the ease of doing business from start-up to exit for SMEs across 189 countries.
Going public – is an IPO an option for your business?
Global activity in IPOs (initial public offerings) has soared in the past three years. Explore the advantages and disadvantages and whether or not it could be a viable option for your business.
Three steps to coping in a downturn
Smart business people make positive changes and equip themselves with strategies to see them through an economic downturn. Take a look at how you can apply these steps in your company.
Hot-desking – the flexible office alternative
A growing workforce doesn’t necessarily have to mean a bigger office. Hot-desking is a creative and flexible alternative to upscaling using shared workspaces and technology to maximise the efficiency of your business.
All editions of the Business World are available through the publications section of the Russell Bedford International website.
About Russell Bedford International
Established in 1983, Russell Bedford International is a global network of independent firms of accountants, auditors, tax advisers and business consultants. Ranked amongst the world’s leading accounting and audit networks, Russell Bedford is represented by some 600 partners, 5000 staff and 290 offices in more than 100 countries in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific. Russell Bedford International is a member of the IFAC Forum of Firms and a member of EGIAN, the European Group of International Accounting Networks and Associations.