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Arun Joseph
Arun Joseph 8 July 2016
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If You Were Considering Chatting to Business Owners about Tackling the Brexit Blues, This Is the Moment.

There is no denying the vote to leave has created uncertainty and anxiety throughout the UK business community. But is there a silver lining to Brexit that’s relevant to your profits? Let’s find out.

The good thing about Brexit, is that it offers a clear opportunity for a select few advisers to reverse the fear and uncertainty it has brought on to UK SMEs.  What if you were chosen to be one among a select few advisers to reverse this fear? How will you do it? If unlike traditionalists you are in the opposite camp, you must be rearing to go, looking for ideas that could get you out there face to face with business owners to allay their fears in a durable, rational and sustainable manner. This is where Twinning and Trade shortcuts are probably the best Brexit relevant ideas.

Twinning and Trade Shortcuts can strongly reassure and open up unprecedented opportunities for major growth for UK SMEs. It will give progressive accountants representing these ideas a chance to impress and to earn a lot more than others who are slow to react.

Twinning – Today less than 33% of UK businesses take online payments and less than 2000 of them have sought help from the UKTI for help with e-commerce and e-commerce related export. Despite the long term success for a handful of well known British brands, a vast majority of UK SMEs lag behind in export knowledge. Today there are no effective mechanisms to encourage the much needed export growth among MSMEs in a soon to be contracting economy. This is a vast opportunity with millions of businesses spread across UKs 240 boroughs and counties that will need help, support and direction. This is where Twinning as an M&A specialty, a new instrument for collaboration between SMEs of a similar size and nature can bring success to UK SMEs through a select group of independent accountants. Twinning can be used by SMEs with a view to learning from each other, exchanging ideas and for trying out each other’s export market. Twinning is flexible, there are no negatives whatsoever and it gives business owners the ability to explore and pioneer export innovation in their fields. What’s more as an accountant you don’t need to know or learn anything new or any more about exporting than you know already. Twinning is an innovative easily adapted legal, M&A and strategic framework developed by Valyu in order to help SMEs succeed in a rapidly globalizing world. Twinning will give selected accountants an opportunity to claim thought leadership and direction to SMEs and to earn well from it. With Twinning you will learn by doing and with experience comes expertise and sustainable long-term USPs that will give you success year on year.

Trade Shortcuts – As a local accountant or book-keeper you’ll have exclusive access through Trade Shortcuts to local business owners interested in discussing growth, Brexit impact and an excellent opportunity to discuss their current concerns. Valyu will set-up and organize your local Trade shortcuts events and provide you with guidance and content to run and manage our events. This will give you access to an exclusive pool of SMEs and startups in your local area giving the ability to sign up many of them as your clients.

The Initial cost of taking up Twinning and Trade Shortcuts License is £37 for registration and £30 at the time of signing the annual License agreement. The rest of fees falling due to us are payable only upon results and only after you have collected it from your clients at 2% of results.

Trade shortcuts and Twinning are limited and exclusive opportunities for a handful of carefully selected accountants or book-keepers in each borough or county across the UK. To make sure you don’t miss out on this great opportunity to build up your business in the backdrop of Brexit please contact a.joseph@valyu.co.uk or visit www.valyu.co.uk / www.tradeshortcuts.com

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