Training vs Trying

There is a huge difference between training and trying. The dictionary tells us that trying is “an attempt or effort to do something” whilst training is “being taught through sustained practice and instruction”. At Hobbs Sinclair we are a training institution. We have training contracts, a full-time training officer and a training programme that analyses needs and plans for the instruction of every employee.

Consult a business rescue practitioner if you are in the slightest doubt about where your business is heading!

Approximately 1000 companies go into liquidation per month, but only 45 seeking business rescue, which says to me that new legislation is being overlooked!

Business rescue has suffered criticism, but the focus should be on the successes not the failures. Getting to grips with the practical application of this new and complex legislation has been daunting and exciting, and there is still much to contemplate.