Finance

Buoyant times

With the first quarter of 2018 already done and dusted, has there been any change in market conditions, asks Tony Evans, head of pharmacy, Christie & Co

On a roll!

Despite the sector facing significant challenges in 2017, the market in 2018 is looking pretty robust, says Tony Evans, head of pharmacy at Christie & Co

Reviewing the situation

When it comes to rent reviews, you need to be familiar with all aspects of the procedure if you are to optimise your position, advises Jonathan Barnett, director of Christie & Co’s valuations team.

Never mind the quality, feel the pain

After the difficult transition to the quality payments scheme, Mukesh Lad asks what happens next?

Making sure the price is right

Chris Vowles explains the process of how a pharmacy business is valued in an ever changing market.

Feeling the squeeze?

With the funding cuts and the more recent Category M clawback announcement, what can contractors do to reduce the cash flow squeeze?

Value judgements

Anne Hutchings advises on how independent pharmacy owners can increase the value of their pharmacies.

Southern comfort

Why are people still looking to invest in the pharmacy sector? Mark page, director at Christie & Co, has the answer

It's looking good up North

The pharmacy market in the north of England is strong, say Oliver Brown and Oscar James, business agents - medical at Christie & Co.

Business review 2016 and outlook 2017

Tony Evans discusses the pharmacy business market during 2016 and looks ahead to 2017

Preparing your business for sale

Tony Evans explains the key points to consider when selling your pharmacy

Cutting funds and cutting loose

Tony Evans on the state of the business market in light of funding cuts and Brexit

Brexit and your business

moneyA Lloyds Bank report discusses how reaction to the EU referendum is affecting business and finance

Dispensing improvement?

Richard Hough considers the legal implications of hub-and-spoke dispensing

Business planning for the year ahead

Numark's Sharon Tommy explains why you should have a business plan and how to draw one up

Falsified Medicines Directive developments

What might the Falsified Medicines Directive mean for your business?

Exclusive: AAH – first port of call for independents

Celesio's Nigel Swift explains how AAH aims to provide exactly what independents want.

Thinking about retiring? Think again!

Be wary of the inheritance tax implications of selling your business, warns Mukesh Lad

The frightened pharmacist

Sid Dajani recounts a number of recent scary experiences in and out of his pharmacy

Carrier bag charge becomes law in England

Large retailers must charge at least 5p for each single use carrier bag when selling or delivering goods
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