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Why the valuation of intangible assets matters: the unstoppable rise of intangibles’ reporting in the 21st century’s corporate environment

It is high time France and the UK up their game in terms of accounting for, reporting and leveraging the intangible assets owned by their national businesses and companies, while Asia and the US currently lead the race, here. European lenders need to do their bit, too, to empower creative and innovative SMEs, and provide more »

Restructure creative business France

How to restructure your creative business in France | Restructuring & insolvency law firm Crefovi

Almost any medium-sized and large creative business has overseas operations, in order to maximise distribution opportunities and take advantage of economies of scale. This is especially true for fashion & luxury businesses, which need strategically-located brick & mortar retail outlets to thrive. However, such overseas boutiques may need to be restructured, from time to time, more »

Brexit

Brexit: How to protect your creative business when the UK will crash out of the EU on 30 March 2019

On 30 March 2019, the UK will crash out of the EU without a withdrawal deal in place, and without a request for an extension of the 2 years’ notification period of its decision to withdraw. No second referendum will be organised by the current UK government. Therefore, what’s in the cards, for the creative more »

Tranoi, Tranoi NYC, Crefovi, ialci

London fashion & luxury law firm Crefovi to partner up with Tranoi during NYC trade show

London fashion and luxury law firm Crefovi will provide legal services to exhibitors and visitors during Tranoi NYC trade show at the Tunnel, Chelsea, from 18 to 20 September 2015   Crefovi and the international association of lawyers for creative industries ialci are delighted to team up with prestigious fashion trade show organiser Tranoi, in order more »

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Why it makes sense to invest in the creative industries and support them

  While many fast-growth companies in the creative industries are currently the target of heavy private equity investments and a flurry of mergers and acquisitions, it makes sense, from a tax and financial standpoint, for individuals and corporate investors to go “long” on creative startups and SMEs.   1. “Good times” are coming back: invest more »