Planning to buy or sell a business?

25th February 2013

Selling or acquiring a business can be a daunting and complex process and it is often not clear where you should begin or who you should talk to.

It is also likely to be one of the biggest financial transactions of your career, possibly your life and will have repercussions for your future and that of your loyal workforce. This half day seminar at the Aston Hotel, Sheffield (S60 5BD) will be full of practical advice, hints and tips to equip company shareholders, directors and managers with the information and facts they need to maximise their chances of achieving the best possible outcome when it comes to buying or selling a company, whenever that may be in the future. Full details of the seminar can be found on our website at www.strategiccorporatefinance.co.uk/events. There is no charge to attend but places must be booked in advance, via our website, by phoning 0114 324 0430 or by e-mailing marianne.martin@strategiccf.co.uk.  

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