To sell out or not to sell out - how to react to the question

FAMILY businesses that may not know how to react if approached to sell out can find out at a free event next week. Business Link has set up the event at the National Centre for Deafblindness, Cygnet Road, Hampton on Wednesday September 27 at 6-8pm. The se

FAMILY businesses that may not know how to react if approached to sell out can find out at a free event next week.

Business Link has set up the event at the National Centre for Deafblindness, Cygnet Road, Hampton on Wednesday September 27 at 6-8pm.

The seminar will consider the scenario where an approach is received from a business or individual looking to buy your company.

Speaker Mark Robson, who has supported many owner-managers facing the possibility of exit as well as working with larger businesses wanting to acquire, will discuss a number of issues including the best way to react and how the process might be played to advantage.


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"Is the best negotiating stance 'not for sale', or are there other strategies you might employ?" he will ask "Is it a good sign to have been approached? Should you be flattered or just plain wary?"

INFORMATION: To book a place call Business Link on 01480 846415

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