Case Studies

Case Study 1

Mr Dean operated a successful mechanical engineering company near Glasgow for over thirty years. Unfortunately, the business had been experiencing a downturn for some time. He had lost his largest client, who accounted for over seventy per cent of his business...

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Case Study 2

A restaurant business had been running successfully in the heart of Bristol for over six years. After seeing revenues suffer due to increased competition Mrs Stevens feared for her business. She had tried to introduce incentives for early dinners and extended her opening hours, to no avail...

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Case Study 3

Mr Anderson was a director of a small building company based near Bournemouth. He had not been paid, for work he had completed on behalf of a much larger building company, who sub contracted work to him. The larger company overnight announced...

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Case Study 4

A forty-year old Doncaster based family business selling meat product to supermarkets, included husband and wife, along with their son and daughter. They were operating in a competitive sector, they started to lose contracts as the ‘bigger’ suppliers were able to supply...

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