ISBE member argues entrepreneurs should be more ‘creative’ in their bookkeeping and accounts


In a radio interview, Adrian Ashton suggested that current ways of recognising sweat equity were insufficient and proposed new approaches.

As part of a radio interview about doing business today, ISBE member Adrian Ashton reflected on the timing of succession planning; the need for more creative accountancy approaches; why understanding our value as businesses is rooted 2,500 years in the past; (and why he’s a self-confessed social media ‘whore’).

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