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Thompson Wright will help you keep ahead of the curve by introducing you to exciting new investment opportunities and innovating existing operations.
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At Thompson Wright, we help businesses restructure and reform to significantly improve efficiency and cut costs to make your company more profitable.
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We will support you through every business decision you make. Whether it’s business expansion, trading overseas, or corporate finance, we’ll be by your side, every step of the way.
We help businesses implement affordable and scalable cloud based software solutions throughout every area of their business.
Grow, Invest and Innovate
Businesses grow faster and stronger with Thompson Wright. Our expert team will guide you through the complex landscape of corporate finance, expansion, management buy ins/out, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) to help you firmly direct the growth of your business. Combined with access to our unrivalled professional network, we are also able to partner you with financiers with a genuine passion for your industry.
Investing capital into your business allows you to take on more staff, increase expertise, improve existing operations and adopt new technologies. Interested? Work with a Business Mentor at Thompson Wright to create an investment strategy that will maintain or improve profitability and increase sales.
Our experts can help you get a return on your innovation through the Research & Development (R&D) tax credit scheme . From application to claiming corporation tax relief, we’ll be by your side, every step of the way.
Summary of services
- Research and Development (R&D) tax credits
- Adopting new technologises
- Capital spending
- Raising finance
- Grant funding
- Business restructures
- Bringing in new investors/management
How we saved a client £35,000 off the agreed acquisition price!
Expanding through acquisition can be a tricky process. Firstly, you have to find the right business, and secondly, you have to agree a price. Once that’s out of the way, it should be easy, right? Actually, no. It is essential to carry out the proper due diligence. Only then will you find out what you’re actually buying, as one of our clients recently discovered.
When we carried out due diligence on a company they were buying, we found a number of potential weaknesses, and whilst the business was still worth purchasing, we helped negotiate £35,000 off the agreed acquisition price.