We are hosting an event aimed at business owners, whether or not you are contemplating an imminent sale. It aims to help focus thinking about when, why and if a sale is the best course of action for you and then the best way to extract a strategic price, with little or no risk to your business.

Neil Ackroyd of Opus Merger & Acquisitions will be leading this session.

Neil Ackroyd was a deal leader with Livingstone Guarantee and KPMG, prior to founding his own boutique, which he ran for 12 years. He has started, run and sold his own business as well doing countless deals for clients. This understanding and empathy gives him a unique perspective.

Neil says, `Having been there, I want to help owner-managers achieve the pot of gold and freedom that they deserve after years of hard work and self sacrifice‘.

The session is therefore designed to give you some take-away points which I’m sure you will find helpful.

Date: Thursday 17th September @ 5.00pm
Venue: 29-30 Fitzroy Square

There is limited capacity and we will have to allocate places on a first come, first served basis.

Please email events@goodmanjones.com if you are interested in attending

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