The route to successful serial acquisitions

Written by James Bailey, Partner Acquisitions continue to shape the growth strategies of many businesses and can be a central to route to new markets, products, resources or simply to grow profitability and turnover faster. Making a single acquisition can...

Breakfast with the Mayor

Delighted to host 50 business leaders at Vinoteca for breakfast with guest speaker West Midlands Mayor Andy Steet. Andy Street gave a positive talk covering the impact of the Commonwealth games including how it has changed perceptions of Birmingham and...

Raising funds in the current economic climate

Given the economic turmoil of the past few years, with a global pandemic, the war in Ukraine, inflation at a 30-year high, the energy crisis and the pound falling to a record low against the dollar, as a business owner,...

Mini-budget – Maximum Uncertainty!

Has last week’s statement created a ‘Perfect Storm’ for business owners?

Springboard CF winner of ‘Deal Of The Year’

Springboard CF is delighted to have won ‘Deal Of The Year’ at Insider Media Midlands Dealmakers Awards 2022 last night for Sykes Holiday Cottages acquisition of Forest Holidays. Sykes Holiday Cottages was advised on the deal by Springboard Partners Simon Ward and James Bailey, Director Matthew Guest, Assistant...

Springboard announces raft of promotions and recruitment

Springboard announces raft of promotions and recruitment  James Bailey and Robert Johnson are both promoted to Partner.  James joined Springboard in 2011 and has worked on a number of high profile transactions with a particular focus on the acquisition support...

Springboard grows team with four new recruits

Springboard Corporate Finance has recruited four new team members

So what does a Non-Exec Director actually bring

There are many definitions of a non-executive director plenty of which are less than flattering…

Keeping it in the family – The future of the family firm

With over 3 million family businesses across the UK employing approximately 9.2 million people, their importance to the continued economic recovery and the UK’s long term growth prospects should not be underestimated.