Posted: Tuesday, 23 June 2009 @ 13:37
It's a question that seems to be concerning many business commentators and it's one we often debate with our own clients.
In the legal profession we see many small, high street legal firms struggling as parts of the business are wiped out with the collapse of the housing market and the frailties of their financial systems are exposed.
Conversely entrepreneurs and innovators seem to be welcoming the downturn as an opportunity to launch challenger brands, innovative products and solutions.
But will your business survive?
We want our blog visitors to enter the debate.
If you think you are fit to ride out this recession – why is that? Do you think you have world beating products, sound financial management or plenty of luck and a crystal ball?
What’s the one thing the Government or your bank could do to make your position stronger?
We really do want to hear from you and plan to report your thoughts, views and witticisms in our next monthly ezine.
SME Business Owner, solicitor and optimist
Blog by Gary Cousins
Gary has been providing legal advice to shareholders, directors and business owners for over 25 years. Specialising in dispute resolution Gary is based in Birmingham with clients throughout the UK and overseas. View profile
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