BB9 with Business Sale Professionals
Date: Wednesday 25 Oct 2017 Time: 7:30am to 9am
Venue: Wellington Chamber of Commerce, Level 7 Jackson Stone House, 3 - 11 Hunter Street, Wellington
A new government will mean a new direction for the country. Is it also time for a new direction for your business?
The post-election season is the perfect time to re-evaluate your business investment and plan what your next move will be. Is the time right to buy, sell or grow your business?
Mike Redman of Business Sale Professionals, hosts of our next BB9, will guide you through the tides of change. Introduced by Dean Blair, Director of FoxPlan, Redman will give a practical, experience driven presentation on the key issues facing business owners post-election, and will outline a useful framework to determine your options going forward. Redman has extensive experience with successfully growing and selling businesses that has honed his instinct to know when it's better to buy, sell or grow. And he's willing to share his tips with you.
In addition, there will be a panel of experienced business professionals available to answer questions as the session progresses.
The panel includes:
* Mike Redman - Business Sale Professionals
* Kevin Heppleston - Managing Director, Ascendancy – Business Advisory, Coaching, Mentoring
* Dean Blair - Director, FoxPlan – Personal Financial Planning
* Ian Fay –Partner, Deloitte Private
* Representative from Rainey Collins (Legal)
By the end you will be able to identify the key factors that could affect your business post-election, outline your options and set out a framework for success moving forward.
Grab this opportunity to explore your options, ask the experts, listen to your peers and secure your future. Register today.
Prices (per person):
Non Members: $25 + GST
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be received 5 clear working days prior to the event. Cancellations after this time and ‘no-shows’ on the day will be charged the full invoice amount. Substitutions are permitted if you can no longer attend.