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When you are growing your business, and expanding into overseas markets, it helps to have a global network at your fingertips. We are your PwC

Janette Jones, Private Business NI and first port of call

We know that when you’ve got big ideas for your business, to grow and expand, innovate and transform, you want to work with someone that’s in it for the long haul. Someone who gets to know you, your business, your values, your vision. Someone who understands where you are coming from. Someone to help make your vision a reality. Someone to help bring it all – from marketing to logistics, productivity to cashflow – together.

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When STATSports, a leading GPS player tracking and data company, embarked on their journey of growth, they chose to work with Janette at PwC. She’s helped them steer a course for growth from the beginning. Whether it be creating the right structure for the business, raising finance, market development or helping to manage issues around expanding overseas, she’s been by their side. Janette was able to tap into PwC’s local and global network to bring them the right expertise at the right time.

Janette has worked hand-in-hand with us as we have grown the business. She is commercially focused and proactive in bringing us ideas and solutions. She's always available when needed and she harnesses the strength of the PwC network which is invaluable to us as we expand in global markets

Jarlath Quinn Managing Director, STATSports

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Corporate Governance: Time to act

Corporate Governance: Time to act

Following the recent adoption of the new Corporate Governance reporting regulations extending sustainable and responsible governance practices to U.K. private limited companies, those businesses will need to quickly assess their corporate governance framework and reporting to be compliant from 1 January 2019.

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Private businesses are increasingly using debt finance to fund transactions with shareholders. Is this appropriate for you?

Private businesses are increasingly using debt finance to fund transactions with shareholders. Is this appropriate for you?

Having grown their business successfully over a number of years, shareholders can often find that they have a sizeable proportion of their personal and family wealth tied up in one business. Often, shareholdings in a company can end-up split amongst founders and their “friends and family”, who may have helped support the entrepreneurs with startup capital.

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