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Topic Title: Puragen for those in the PV business
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Created On: 18 September 2012 08:52 AM
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 18 September 2012 08:52 AM
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kj scott

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Who, or what will be next?
Your new competition
 18 September 2012 09:06 AM
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For some time I have been of the opinion that "charity" in the context of tax relief has little bearing on what I once understood true charity to be.

Charity is now just a marketing tool.
Don't be fooled.
 26 September 2012 11:01 PM
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Had a read up on this today, then passed it over to the managing director to see if it's viable.

For those of you who have £150,000 spare to invest, I cannot see how you would recover your initial costs.

It's worth looking at, as no doubt other leading businesses may fellow offering similar franchises

I can't help wondering if they will step into other fields of work.

Charity? I think not


 27 September 2012 07:49 PM
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God knows what the consultancy was paid to come up with that name.

Sounds like some type of medication.

I like it how the sums add up in a nice circular manner....

What does it cost?
You will need a total financial package of around £150,000 to start a Puragen Franchise.
Puragen makes an initial set up charge of £61,995 + VAT.
This covers all the items you will need to begin trading including business management materials, training, technical equipment, IT related systems, marketing materials, corporate clothing and a five year franchise licence.
We estimate that the other items such as premises costs, stock costs, wages, recruitment costs, working capital, insurance etc will cost in the region of £82,000.
We can help you to raise the finance
We have a funding relationship with the Natwest/RBS Franchise Team.
They will typically lend up to 55% of the total funding required to set up the business.
Therefore, of the £150,000 required to begin trading, £82,500 could be in the form of a loan.

S George
 28 September 2012 07:32 PM
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A few years ago would anyone have put money on corgi losing the gas certification thing - what with the nic/asertiva/esc/etc having their fingers in so many pies these days and there being much cheaper alteranatives as far as domestics schemes are concerned- are they preparing to ditch the part p scheme due to their insider knowlegde of the 2013 revalations?


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