Sunday Times Copyright 1992 Times Newspapers Limited November 22, 1992, Sunday SECTION: Features LENGTH: 296 words
BYLINE: by Andrew Lorenz
BUSINESSES deluged by unwanted direct-mail shots may find an outlet inMarket Movements, a small firm that specialises in monitoring direct-mailcampaigns. MM wants small and medium-sized companies to send it their unwanteddirect mail each month, will pay all costs and guarantee the senders' privacy.
It will also make a donation to the British Diabetic Association for everybusiness that sends mail in. Write to: Market Movements, Freepost, Royston,Herts SG8 9BR.
DETAILS of EC grants for British companies are available in the EuropeanGrants Directory. Ring Paul Quantock on 0482 653958.
THE Association of British Factors and Discounters has published a free guideon how small companies can release cash tied up in unpaid invoices through factoring or invoice discounting. Phone 071-930 9112.BDO Binder Hamlyn,chartered accountants, is planning two workshops on Vat compliance and efficientVat accounting.
Contact Kevin Cresswell on 071-489 9000. OPEN evenings for small businesses in trouble are being held until theyear-end by Business Recovery at its Biggin Hill offices. Phone 0959 540023.
CASH MANAGEMENT is studied in a booklet produced by Grant Thornton, theaccountants, and Kall-Kwik, the print and design franchise company.
Free copiesfrom any Kall-Kwik centre or send a large, 24p SAE to Kall-Kwik House, 106Pembroke Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 8NW. A NEW company, Stewart Taylor Associates, specialises in administration,paperwork and book-keeping for small businesses.
Contact James Stewart on071-376 5552. INSTANT SEARCH, a Lancashire firm, supplies corporate intelligence, marketingdata and company searches.
A Companies House search, delivered by fax, will costPounds 14 plus Vat. Ring Anthony Capstick on 01200 443935.