Don't forget, not only are the ‘Blues’ playing in Midlands 1 this year BUT we have men, girls, youth, juniors, midis and minis all looking for help & contributions.
Get involved with YOUR local team, let their success help your business grow...
Not only do you help our club, you can help yourself out as a business too (see important info below)
The Blues have over 400 junior members and near on 100 senior players. Take into account the parents and friends of these players and the target market potential is huge.
We also play in Midlands 1 and our visiting oppositions are always well supported.
Your advertising has the potential to hit over 5000+ people on a local site. Come down to Waverley Road and see for yourself.
If you are interested in maximising your company on a local scale contact our commercial team on firstname.lastname@example.org or either Peter May on 07704336733 or Doug Bridgeman on 07715653378
'Advertising is a critical part of any new venture but for a business to continue to be successful, marketing and reaching new customers and audiences is vital.
There are many ways to achieve this, but the good news is that advertising fees are recognised as a legitimate business expense by HMRC and as such are entirely allowable for the purposes of tax relief.
This may include advertising your product or services online, and paying advertising costs to get a prime position.
It's not just online fees which can be included in the tax relief; expenditure for inclusion in local business directories, printing off flyers, mailshots as well as providing free samples are all ways in which costs of advertising can be incorporated into your tax relief package.
As the entire cost is permissible, there is no need to quibble over what proportion is deductible. Just remember to keep any invoices and document the expense in your monthly accounting; many individuals forget about these kinds of costs when it comes to claiming tax relief.'
Updated 12:47 - 26 Jul 2018 by Peter May