Written by: Keith Tully
Reviewed: Friday 26th October, 2012
Business recovery specialists Real Business Rescue have launched their new website for existing clients and the general public.
The website www.realbusinessrescue.co.uk - represents the online arm of Cheshire-based corporate insolvency practitioners, Cooper Williamson Ltd, who help companies, partnerships and sole traders struggling to cope with cash-flow and debt problems whether they are temporary or on-going.
The new site features extensive information across numerous financial issues and looks to shed light on what can often be tricky and delicate situations.
Help is at hand in relation to CVAs, administration, business liquidation and bankruptcy, funding, HMRC tax and VAT, insolvency, winding-up petitions and if you can’t find the answers you need, the website features a question and answer section where company experts issue responses to submitted queries.
Jonathan Munnery of Cooper Williamson Ltd said:
“We’ve worked exceptionally hard on all aspects of the website in terms of design, content and functionality to make it as easy as possible for viewers to find the support they’re looking for.
“Everyone at Cooper Williamson is delighted with the final product.”
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