Space and time to do what you want, live the lifestyle you want - and the money to finance it.
If you are like most business owners, a successful exit is fundamental to your future life plans – and no less than you deserve after your journey to get there. You probably have a very clear vision of what a successful exit will mean to you and your family.
Preparing yourself and your business for exit is probably unlike anything you’ve done in your business career – a very different set of rules apply. In our view, anything you do to improve your business should be done with exit in mind, regardless of time scales, whether that exit is a succession plan to the next generation of your family or an MD, an MBO or a sale.
There is no “one size fits all” approach, and we respect the fact that your business is unique, as are you, your fellow shareholders and your circumstances. With that in mind, below is an over view of the service packages we offer to help you;
Build exit value
Improve your business
Prepare for exit
Achieve the exit you deserve.
Financial Liability Review
Business Wide Risk Assessment
Business Analysis & Research (staff, market, customers)
Capability & Opportunity Analysis
New Markets Assessment
Business Strategy Review & Development
Strategic Analysis – inc Options Assessment
Pre-Exit Due-Diligence Preparation
Exit Preparation, Planning & Strategy
Business Systems & Process Review
Client & Process Journey Mapping
Sales Function Assessment & Review
Sales Strategy Review
Leadership & Management Development & Coaching
Business Continuity & Succession Planning
Dashboard & KPIs
Bespoke On-going Support & Retainer Packages
Life After Exit Preparation – Coaching
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