Seminar aims to give business owners the max factor

05 Jan 2016

DMH Stallard has teamed up with the South East’s leading independent corporate finance boutique, EMC Corporate Finance, to host a breakfast seminar in Hove on 24 February aimed at helping business owners to maximise the value of their companies when the time comes for them to sell.

Over the course of two hours, experts from the two firms will explain how companies can:

  • get operationally fit by gearing up their production, operations and back office;
  • crank up their sales engine so that it is working at top speed;
  • negotiate their way successfully through the minefield of due diligence without losing value; and
  • establish the bullet proof terms that will lead to a successful transaction

In addition, EMC consultant Kevin Wheelhouse will give a first-hand account of how he prepared and sold his manufacturing business for £30m in 2012.

The seminar, which is being held at the Sussex County Cricket Ground, Hove, on 24 February starting at 8.00am, will be led by Insider South East’s 2015 Dealmaker of the Year Nik Askaroff. CEO of EMC.

He said: “Business owners usually only get one chance to reap the maximum reward from the years of hard work they put into building and running their companies, so it’s important they get it right. So whether they’re thinking of selling in the short or long term, our seminar will give them some useful pointers to the steps they should be taking now to ensure they make the most of the opportunity when it comes along.”

Places can be reserved by emailing



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