The Business Legal Services Blog

Advice for your business: On the 12th day of Christmas…

…drum up a new business.

Our final piece of advice to you this Christmas is to get those drummers drumming up new customers who can’t wait to beat a path to your door.

If you are thinking about starting a business or diversifying into a different area, the prospect of identifying potential clients can be particularly daunting, when there are so many legal obstacles to overcome in pursuit of your aims.

Will your New Year’s resolution be to take the risk and set up a business of your own? Perhaps you are an old hand who longs to develop a new idea?

When you embark on any fledgling enterprise, you may at some point need to think about recruiting employees. This is a big step for any company owner and needs to be given careful consideration – not only will you be responsible for their livelihood, but you will also have to pay careful attention to the latest health and safety practises.

Enlisting expert advice can often be a reassuring and confidence building way to transform a good idea into a great adventure, whether you’ve been there before or not. We have a dedicated team of business specialists who can offer all the guidance and support you need to get started.

Our partner-led approach provides access to a wide range of legal and business services to help develop your plans and promote commercial growth. For more information, contact corporate specialist, Rob Moore, on (0114) 218 4000 or email

Rob Moore

Rob Moore is head of business legal services at Taylor&Emmet. Rob also heads up the highly successful corporate and commercial department. Rob joined Taylor&Emmet in 1997, and has been practising law since 1991. Rob advises a wide range of clients, from sole traders to large institutions. Rob previously advised on commercial disputes, and continues to advise local Insolvency Practitioners. For more information on this topic email or call him on 0114 218 4051.

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