Every company is required to have articles, which are legally binding on the company and all of its members. The articles are the company rules and are designed to help ensure the company's business runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible. They set out how decisions are taken by the members and directors and may include a minimum number of directors as well as various other matters connected with the administration of the company.
Liability Partnerships following the recent introduction of the serviceby Companies House
@UKplc Company Registrations, the company formations division of cloudBuy plc, has over 12 years experience in forming companies online. To date, we have formed over 300,000 companies and we offer a range of online company formation packages to turn your business ideas into reality within a few hours.
We are making a few minor price changes to some of our existing products and services as of 3rd July 2017 to reflect the changing costs of delivering the service.
As part of our ongoing commitment to helping new companies succeed from simplifying their formation process to adding value through e-commerce solutions, @UKplc has partnered with Office Essential, an innovative free service dedicated to improving the support for start-ups as they work their way through the ups and downs of getting established.
Any startup can benefit from a few money saving tips, so here are ours:
1. Office Space
Rather than investing in “usual” office space, opt for communal space. It does not only cost considerably less, it will also help you connect with like-minded individuals. These office spaces tend to offer a great culture & will help you meet other entrepreneurs whose skills could complement your business.
A partnership can be a great way to start a business, it can help to have another person's expertise and input in the early days as well as someone to share the costs and the workload.
Whilst many start a business with the intention of creating a better work/life balance for themselves, it can take a lot of hard work to get into a position where your new company is allowing you to live the lifestyle you’re aiming for. If you’re struggling with the hard work that comes with starting and growing a business, here are 10 ways to deal with a heavy workload.
Congratulations Company Formations Team!
The tenth annual Startups Awards are now open for entries. This awards recognise the success of UK businesses which have been trading for less than three years.
A Chartered Management Institute Survey reveals that 2013 should be better for businesses.
In his budget speech yesterday, Chancellor George Osborne announced the scrapping of the Annual Return paper tax which will be replaced with individual digital accounts.
Getting your new business in front of potential customers can be tricky and the costs can soon add up. However, there are affordable methods of marketing your startup. Here are our five favourite ways to do this.
Social Media has given a wonderful tool to small businesses, enabling them to interact directly with their customers. They can now get their message out there, at very low cost and compete more equally with big brands on that level.
Email marketing is a quick, easy and affordable method of reaching potential and existing customers, wherever they are in the world.
When forming a company for the first time, you’re likely to encounter a lot of jargon you’re unfamiliar with. To help your formation of your new business go as smoothly as possible, we’ve put together this guide of common terms you may encounter when forming a company and what they mean.
In the UK, there are a number of different types of company and the type that will be best for you depends on your requirements. The industry of business you wish to start, whether you want to begin alone or with a partner and what you will do with any profit all makes a difference in determining what will be the best fit for you.
Not all companies registered with Companies House are actively trading. Many form companies with no intention of trading right away, while others take a break from trading. Such companies are known as dormant companies.