News: Blackman Terry Seminar

Posted on 6th November 2018

This seminar is free to attend and open to any business owners.

 

For anyone wanting to understand the value of their business, wanting to buy or sell a business or for helping to strengthen their business for the future. Free seminar presented by one of our Chartered Accountants, a local Solicitor and local Business Coach. Held at the beautiful Ockenden Manor in Cuckfield.  Monday 10th December 2018 09:30am – 11:30am

 

The seminar will cover: the value of your business and how to maximise it, whether your business is sellable, taxation issues, Entrepreneurs Relief, Brexit’s influence on the market, and the legal process of selling a business.

Every attendee will be provided with a free confidential link to evaluate their business. Ockenden Manor would also provide each attendee with a discount on lunch after the seminar.

Please contact enquiries@blackmanterry.co.uk with any questions or book tickets via Eventbrite here

 

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