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Boost #13 - Building value in your business
Tue 13 June 2017, 18:00 – 20:00 BST
Building value in your business
Tuesday 13th June, 2017 - UniLit Club, Berkeley Square, Bristol
- Arrival from 5:30pm
- Talks start at 6:15pm and run for an hour
- close by 8pm
Whether you are looking to build for long term success or thinking about your exit strategy; all business owners will want (and need!) to build value into their business.
Our two expert speakers for this event will take us through the keys to success (and some of the pitfalls to avoid):
Sharon Collier, founder of The Leadership School and executive coach, will be talking to us about things business owners can think about to help build real value in their business and allow it to move towards greater success and deliver sustainable results.
She will share a simple and incredibly effective way of mapping your business goals against your customers, your systems and process and your people – to create a plan that is easy to implement and will help build value into your business.
Research carried out by a US financial group earlier this year revealed that over 50% of business owners plan to leave their businesses within 10 years but ¾ have no plan in place. Did you know it takes on average five years to do this properly? And 700,000 of UK business owners will be at the retirement age within the next 5-10 years?
Most business owners are so consumed with the day-to-day running of their business that they don’t give a second thought to planning the sale of it and, more importantly, thinking about what they can do to make their business the most attractive asset it can be. Without proper exit planning it is unlikely that you will realize the true value of your business.
So what do you need to do to build it to get it to the stage where you can sell it? Simon will show us the best place to start.
Click the button in the top right hand corner to book your place for just £10 per person. All funds raised will be donated to our charity of 2017, Young Enterprise (West of England).