Whether you are thinking of buying or selling a business imminently, or maybe not for some years to come, it is essential that you understand how it will be valued and what enhances or detracts from its value.
Knowing how much a business is really worth now will undoubtedly affect whatever plans you have, or intend to make in the future and almost certainly their timing.
At this seminar we will explain how businesses are valued and how to identify features of a business which will be attractive to potential buyers, and also those which may deter them. These factors will also be important to institutions who are asked to provide funding for an acquisition or a management buyout. At the end of the seminar attendees will have an appreciation of real world business valuation principles and be better equipped to identify those factors driving and draining the value and saleability of their own company.
Company owners, directors and managers (and their advisers) who are:
This seminar will be helpful to business owners who are thinking about their exit and succession plans or acquiring another company to support their growth plans, and also to management teams who have an opportunity to purchase the company they work for through a management buyout.
Nottingham, 1st April 2020
Sheffield, 1st July 2020
Wakefield, 14th October 2020
These seminars commence at 8.00am when breakfast rolls will be served with the seminar presentation starting at 8.15am and finishing by 9.30am.
Our Bitesize Seminar on The Magic of Management Buyouts will run immediately after this seminar at the same venue (presentation running from 10.00am to 11.45am).
You are very welcome to book places on both Bitesize Seminars. There is no charge for attending any of these events.
This event is for company shareholders, directors and managers (and their advisers).
There will be time for questions at the end of the seminar, but if you would like to discuss your own circumstances confidentially, we will be happy to meet you for a free of charge, private consultation.
The short video below explains what we cover in this seminar.