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Scale your business

Scale, before and beyond technology

Scaling your business is not a single activity or moment, it is a journey. Your business has to be built in such a way to enable scale. 

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Aurik is growing in a no growth economy by investing in SMEs

Our growth is through the growth of the SMEs we work with and the new premises demonstrates our further investment in this sector. 

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How to 4th Industrialise your business

The 4th Industrial Revolution uses technology to improve productivity & you can't afford not to 4IR your business... but how do you do this? 

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3 sales propositions

Three sales propositions to speed up deals in a tough economy

In today's tough economic environment it is taking longer and longer to close deals. To speed up this process, you need three clustered sales propositions:

1. Product value propositions

2. Mindset value propositions

3. Economic value propositions

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How to use your business to fund emigration - or not!

So, you're thinking about selling up and emigrating... but is your business ready to sell? In most cases the answer is no. And building a business that IS ready for sale could convince you to stay. 

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Start with the end in mind

Plans don’t always work out – that’s life. Starting a business is no different, especially when you need to work closely with another brand or business. You need to start with the end in mind and carefully consider who you tie your fortunes to. 

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Lessons from a muddy island during Brexit troubles

Following his trip to the UK in the middle of chaos around Brexit, heightened social divisions and a collapsing currency, Pavlo shares his insights from and for doing business in Britain. 

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Negotiating the family business deal

76% of family businesses don't survive through a second generation. It's a scary statistic and one that affects many private business owners, putting extra pressure on succession negotiations. 

Succession in a family business is either opportunity driven or obligatory. The difference between the two has a big impact on how a deal gets negotiated and done.  We explore negotiation points from the kids entering the business and counterarguments and negotiations from the parents bringing the kids in.

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