Buying or selling a business free to attend business surgery

19th August 2012

Deal specialists from Strategic Corporate Finance are holding a free of charge one day surgery on Tuesday 15th November to deal with how to approach buying or selling a business and to answer any questions, queries or issues which company owners or directors may have in connection with corporate transactions.

The surgery will take place in a private room at the Holiday Inn Rotherham-Sheffield just off junction 33 of the M1, between 9.00am and 5.00pm. If you are contemplating making an acquisition or starting to think about planning an exit from your business then there is free specialist advice on offer at the surgery. If you are a professional adviser then please bring this surgery to the attention of your clients.  You would be most welcome to attend the surgery with your client. If you or your clients wish to take advantage of this offer, the please call our switchboard on 0114 324 0430 or e-mail Marianne Martin at to secure an appointment in advance. All consultations will be completely free of charge and will be totally confidential.

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