Selling your business can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience and everyone wants to get the best outcome. No business is “ready for sale” overnight – it takes time, planning and careful management. Experts agree that preparing early (2 to 5 years before you hope to sell) is essential to achieving the best price.
Business owners traditionally consider the sale of their business as a part of their retirement package. However… What if it is not saleable? What if there are no buyers? What are your options?
Monteck Carter are experts in helping business owners plan for the sale of their business. We are hosting a series of seminars for business owners who want to ensure that when they want to sell, they get the best possible price.
We understand how to:
- Make your business finances attractive to purchasers
- Plan your personal financial outcomes
- Plan for succession in family businesses as ownership transitions from one generation to the next.
In the upcoming seminar on the 24 February session we talk to Paul and Myles who are the people behind Challenge Partners. Challenge Partners is an investment company which purchases businesses and then runs them for the benefit of their investors. The investors are hands-on in the overall direction of the companies purchased.
Come along and hear how Paul and Myles choose the companies they buy, what are they looking for and what they believe makes a saleable company. They will cover what particular outcomes in a business are important to a purchaser. Learn how to implement these outcomes into your business to ensure your business is saleable
The first seminar we held was in October with speaker Tom Wilson, CEO of Shears & Mac touching on issues that have an
Our second seminar was held in November and we had a panel discussion with two business owners who are also clients of Monteck Carter. Doug Hitchcock previously CEO of Glassfields NZ and Hugh Chapman previously CEO of Aqua Environmental Services Pty Ltd both built up businesses from scratch and achieved multi-million dollar sales to a publicly listed company. Hear how they were able to gain maximum price from their business sale. Read more about this!
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