We consume significant amounts of background information, in order to refine our thinking and the solutions we provide for clients. Our blog is a place where we share incomplete thoughts, so please read on at your leisure, but bear in mind this is not advice.

If your business was a person, what would that person be like?

Understanding your company's personality helps you build a strong working culture and brand, which are both essential things to get right as your firm grows.

Read Article

Tied to the mast

In this blog, we discuss the fundamental principles to help you implement your business plan. A series of tasks that are essential to success, but frequently overlooked.

Read Article

Weather the storm

When facing an economic storm, you need a clear plan that maps out where you want to get to, where are you now, how you get there. Discover the 8 key principles of successful business planning and use them to build your plan.

Read Article

A perfect storm?

The last decade was defined by a powerful bull market. Good times. Calm waters. Hope you made the most of them. The wind is up and the chop is turning into churn. What should a business owner do when the perfect storm is on the horizon?

Read Article

Finance to scale your firm

Growth through referrals is often painfully slow. The alternative is to attempt to grow through acquisition. Funding is a critical issue and up until recently, sources of capital have been few and far between. But that's changing...

Read Article

The Deal Diary: A tale of woe

Whether you are just starting the process, or actively engaged in the whirlwind that is selling or acquiring a firm, you should find something in here you can relate to.

Read Article

Valuations – depends who you ask

For most business owners, their business is their pension. And yet the majority rely on snippets of information that often comes from sources with conflicting agendas.

Read Article

Why Meaning and Purpose are different

Many people treat meaning and purpose as the same thing even though as nouns they are not interchangeable; they don’t mean the same thing. Read on to find out why and how making the distinction can help you.

Read Article

Thanks for your interest…

These resources have been created to help you manage your firm. We hope you find them useful. By giving us your email address, you are opting in to receive communications from us. We won't spam you and you can always unsubscribe if you don't want to receive anything further.





Disclaimer

The resources in these pages have been produced for guidance purposes only. They are educational in nature and should not be construed as strategic or financial advice. We strongly recommend that you take advice from someone authorised to give it to you. Neither Kingmakers or any third-party contributors responsible for the creation of these resources, can be held responsible for actions taken as a direct consequence of the information in these pages.

By checking this box you are agreeing to our T&C's.