Starting and Developing a Surveying Business shows how surveyors can develop their own successful small business.
For surveyors thinking of taking this step, guidance is provided on the pros and cons which will help the right decision to be made, and the key factors which help see the business through its early stages. For surveyors already running their own small business, consideration is given to factors which will help profitability and growth potential.
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Starting and Developing a Surveying Business: For Sole Traders shows how sole traders can create and develop a successful business of their own.
It reflects the full spectrum of self-employed surveyors - those looking for a working week that allows them to enjoy the lifestyle that self-employment offers, while others are focused on working longer hours to generate maximum financial rewards.
The range of factors influencing the success and profitability of a new surveying business are considered, and guidance is provided to help the surveyor make the right initial decisions.
Tips are given on business development, the pros and cons of growth, finance, business plans, accounting issues and how to make tax less taxing! RICS and other regulatory requirements are highlighted, and consideration is given briefly to property investment and development interests established alongside surveying work.
Although the emphasis of Starting and Developing a Surveying Business is on the opportunities for sole traders, much of the content is helpful for surveyors already running their own small business, and for surveyors looking to establish partnerships. Salaried surveyors looking to develop a department within a larger existing practice will also find much of the guidance advantageous.
Austen Imber MRICS combines surveying with provision of business and training consultancy to companies in the property sector. In Starting and Developing a Surveying Business he draws on private, public and corporate sector experience from the following areas: a former directorship of a small plc property investment company; establishing his own business; and business and training advisory work as head of Marler Waterhouse. His clients range from international property consultancies, government agencies, RICS, and multi-national corporates, to small surveying businesses and individual surveyors.
Austen Imber combines surveying with business and training consultancy to companies in the property sector. Clients range from international property consultancies, government agencies, and corporates, to small surveying businesses and individual surveyors. He is a former director of a small plc property investment company, and also runs his own consultancy.
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