Preparing a business for sale to maximise value
Time & Location
About The Event
Maximising the sales value of your business is to maximise the value in the eyes of the potential buyer and you need help to do this.
Baby boomers are starting to sell their businesses and the expectations is "a tsunami of businesses for sale" which is an enormous problem. Over supply ad under demand is already forcing values down. 81% of business owners have not completed succession or exit plans and the vast majority do not have the necessary skills/experience to prepare a business for sale.
The good news: if you start with the right support, the journey could be as short as two years. Expect to get a return on investing in the process but also a fright when you find out how much there is to do.
Getting your accounts prepared for a buyer's eye
Understanding the sales process
Improving your sales value in tax free dollars
Assembling the right team to carry you through the process
Extracting value before you sell
Improve the sales value of your business by pulling 7 value levers
Learn how to present your accounts to allow buyers to see your real potential
Identify and remove your weknesses so that buyer's accountant doesn't red flag you
Discover how to extract capital from your business before selling
Hide the 10 biggest warning signs from potential buyers
Understand how to pick the best time and selling process
Who Should Attend:
- Business owners and shareholders
- Financial advisors
Facilitated by: Craig Ross, The Alternative Board
Craig Ross arrived in the Bay of Plenty 4 years ago bringing his company (Tha Alternative Board) to provide assistance to Business Owners to improve their business performance and work/life balance.
Formally New Zealand Managing Director for a 66,000 person private company, Owner of a New Zealand owned import distribution company, Managing Director in the Middle East for the world's largest vehicle leasing company. Craig has a start-up, merger/acquisition, and successful sales track record that is unique in the Bay of Plenty.
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