Marketing Monitor – Digest of the Moore Kingston Smith 2019 annual survey

12.02.20 / Insight posted in Brochures

This issue of Marketing Monitor provides a digest of the results of the annual survey on the financial performance of marketing services companies. The Moore Kingston Smith Annual Survey 2019 has produced diverse results. Uncertainty over brexit, causing unpredictable client spend, and pressures from rising costs, in-housing and talent retention have affected the individual disciplines to…


Academies Plus – January 2020

24.01.20 / Insight posted in Articles, Newsletters

Welcome to our first edition of Academies Plus (A+), Moore Kingston Smith’s newsletter specifically created for academies. In this issue: Introducing essential cyber defences for multi-academy trusts Recruiting and retaining staff Effective benchmarking – best use of comparison data Sponsorship and non-primary purpose trading Off-payroll working rules and multi-academy trusts Reminder: Calculating holiday pay for…


Moore Kingston Smith Financial Advisers: Winter 2019 Bulletin

20.12.19 / Insight posted in Articles

In this issue: Gifts that keep on giving Caught up in pension allowance traps? Investing on principle Reversals of fortune – the value and income challenge All change on company car tax from April Five ways to develop better spending habits It won’t happen to me… Protecting your income Still holding a cash ISA? 31…


Communiqué – 2020 Issue 4

20.12.19 / Insight posted in Communique

Communique is our bi-annual magazine for clients and friends of Moore Kingston Smith. Download this issue to read about: Thriving through change – Managing Partner Maureen Penfold discusses the decision to become Moore Kingston Smith in what has been an exhilarating year for the firm. Creating profit pipelines – British-based business Winn & Coales International…


Mergers and acquisitions in the Marketing and Media sectors – a review of Q3 2019

11.12.19 / Insight posted in Articles

Despite the political and economic uncertainty that has continued to impact global and UK businesses, and a year-on-year decline since 2016, there has been significantly more M&A activity in the sector than we expected at the start of the year. This quarter had 55 deals recorded, only slightly less than the corresponding quarters in the…


Education Brochure

09.12.19 / Insight posted in Brochures

Our services to schools and the education sector have been developed over many years of experience with a wide range of clients. We believe it is our personal, friendly and dedicated service that sets us apart from others. Above all, we recognise that every organisation is different, with its own specific needs. We take a…


Not for profit governance

08.12.19 / Insight posted in

Good governance is fundamental to the wellbeing of all not for profit organisations, so it is important to ensure time is taken to ensure that governance arrangements are fit for purpose. It also promotes a culture where everything works towards fulfilling your organisations vision. The Charity Governance Code provides the perfect opportunity to benchmark your…


Starting a media business

25.11.19 / Insight posted in Brochures

Starting your own business is challenging, but can be very rewarding when your hard work comes to fruition and you are running a successful business. The turbulent economy has increased the pressure on established businesses and their owners but has created a good opportunity for entrepreneurs who can create a compelling offer for prospective clients.…


Association Management – Brochure

21.11.19 / Insight posted in Brochures

Moore Kingston Smith Association Management (MKSAM) is one of the largest association management companies in the UK and is part of the Moore Kingston Smith group of companies; a top 20 firm of chartered accountants and business advisers. MKSAM have an experienced and dedicated team of specialists who work closely with not for profit organisations…


Our 2019 community engagement report

04.11.19 / Insight posted in Articles

Welcome to Moore Kingston Smith’s 2018/19 community engagement report. As a firm, we are driven by people achieving their potential – our internal people and our clients. And we believe it is our responsibility to harness our potential and give back to the communities around us. By providing support and guidance to local people, businesses…