The digital sector is one of the fastest moving industries. One of the biggest challenges faced by business in this sector is to keep ahead of advancements in technology and to keep up with the pace of their business growth.
We can assist creative businesses at every stage in their lifecycle.
Our services include:
- Company formation.
- Grants & funding, including identifying and recommending sources of business finance.
- Structuring businesses effectively to minimise tax.
- Advising on Research & Development Tax Credits.
- Advising on shareholder agreements.
- Setting up and running the most appropriate accounting systems.
- Management reporting information.
- Acquistion and disposals.
- Succession planning.
- International advice.
- Currency issues – free audit through our clients Godi Financial.
Meet the team
We act for various clients within the digital sector including, online search companies, online marketing and PR specialists, social media, web developers and mobile marketing.
Media (Digital & Creative) Sector Team lead – Denise Roberts, [email protected]
029 2054 9939 | 01633 265828 | 01792 790444 | 01600 712171
(Specialist Media (Digital & Creative) Team left:right, Matthew Morgan, Denise Roberts, Mike Fenwick, Linda Strange)
Case Studies Related to this Sector
There has been a period of consolidation in certain sectors of the media industry with the changing habits of readers and advertisers. Our client sought to restructure internally to enable greater efficiency of operations.
Our client is a developer of mobile retail applications who required funding to develop a new m-commerce product accessible to SMEs, enabling them to reach a wider market place.
Newsquest is one of the UK’s largest regional newspaper publishers with more than 200 newspapers, magazines and trade publications, a weekly readership of 13 million and a weekly circulation of 10 million.
RUMM was established in 2005 having been spun out of work undertaken at the University of South Wales, formerly Glamorgan University, in relation to student attendance. The then new mobile phone technology used in the initial application was developed to meet a market need for energy management services.