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Crowe Horwath: Trusts, but Not As We Know Them

The long-awaited proposed legislative changes to trusts are finally here. The Law Commission produced its report in 2013 on the proposals to change trust legislation following ...

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Crowe Horwath: Seven Habits of Successful Farmers

What sets successful farmers apart from their peers? At a recent industry day there was much discussion around the results being produced by our top farm businesses compared to ...

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Leading in a Time of Disruptive Change

Wouldn't it be great if you could instantly hear whatever music you desired, summon any fact, watch family on the far side of the world in real time, track your steps, or book ...

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The Importance of Mediation and Conflict Resolution in Your Workplace

Employment Relations Consultants, Paul Diver and Associates, share their insights on the importance of workplace mediation and conflict resolution - what does the process ...

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5 Tips to Leverage the Power of Simplicity

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” – Leonardo Da Vinci

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Restructuring and Redundancy – How to Develop a Proposal for Change

Redundancy is generally considered to be a situation where an employee’s position is surplus to the employer’s commercial needs. Employers must be able to justify redundancies ...

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3 Tools to help with SEO & Market Validity of your Business

Whether you’re a startup or a market leader, all businesses start with an idea. Whether this provides a solution to a problem, makes our lives easier, or changes the way we do ...

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Reasons to Consider Filing a Patent When You Don’t Have a Crystal Ball

I often get asked if it is worth filing a patent for a new innovation. The answer to that is 'it depends'. It largely depends on your business strategy. In many instances it's ...

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Effectuation – The Best Theory of Entrepreneurship You Actually Follow, Whether You’ve Heard of It or Not

University of Virginia Darden professor Saras Sarasvathy’s groundbreaking 2001 paper “What Makes Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial” finally gained some widespread recognition when  ...

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AJ Park: I’ve Invented Something. Should I Try and Patent It?

We are often asked about the value of patent protection.

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