TORROT TO UK WITH DUALWAYS

December 2 2016.

Midlands based distributor Dualways Ltd has announced the arrival of the Spanish built electric kids bike brand, Torrot.


The Torrot Brand was launched in the 1960s, building small capacity motorcycles and bicycles up until the early 1990s.

The brand was re-born in 2011 by an engineering and design group set on designing and building sustainable and practical electrical and hybrid machines. The Torrot parent company is also the new owner of iconic trial and enduro brand, Gas Gas.

Dualways Ltd is the sole UK distributor for the Torrot Kids Off Road Range, offering three different versions, the E (Enduro), T (trials) and S (Supermoto). All three types are available in 10” or 12” wheel versions.
 
 
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THE OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS OF OUTSOURCING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

November 30 2016.

Outsourcing means contracting out one or more of your business functions to another company, often referred to as a third party.


Companies of all types and sizes use outsourcing. Some because they prefer to concentrate purely on their core activity, others to save money. A local vehicle repair centre, for example, may outsource its bookkeeping function as its business[stop] grows. It may find its simple spreadsheet, which was fine for recording day-to-day receipts and invoices, is now too cumbersome and time-consuming to maintain as the finances grow more complex. In this scenario, the cost of a third party’s services is outweighed by the time freed up to do fee-earning work.

So, what opportunities and risks does outsourcing present? Here are the top five of each.

Outsourcing – the opportunities

You’ll save costs. Outsourcing can cost far less than employing an expert, not to mention setting up a whole new department.

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