. . . She’s done it again… this morning the nation woke up to the wise words of Sharon Peake on BBC Breakfast
Sharon, who frequently works with BBC Radio Manchester, received a phone call yesterday afternoon asking if she would share her opinion as a business woman on the recent debate surrounding the corporation tax law.
As owner of two of Manchester’s premier salons, Ethos Hairdressing in Oldham Street and Chorlton Green, Sharon was asked to come and share her views alongside accounting expert Mitch Hopkinson from the De Vere Group. Sharon pointed out that as a smaller business you have to comply to tax regulations as you don’t have the access to an accounts team to point out the loopholes. Tax avoidance is such a grey area as there currently isn’t a law in place to stop big corporations from taking advantage of this.
Sharon, who is also an Ambassador for hairdressing brand Clynol, has been asked to speak on the programme twice in the past few months on business related issues. She is thrilled to be considered a great business woman and play pundit for the BBC.
“It’s such an honour to have been asked to be a guest speaker on BBC Breakfast, particularly as both times that I have been approached it has been on business related issues. It’s great to see that hairdressing is getting recognised in the business world. This is an amazing opportunity for me and I love being able to represent our industry on national television. As a business woman I think that there should be an even playing field when it comes to taxation. This is obviously a huge issue at the moment and we need to come to some resolution.”
Sharon’s fast showing that not only is she a creative force in the hairdressing industry but she’s also got the business brain to match. She certainly is a woman of many talents.
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