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Breakfast with Buzzacott: When is the Right Time to Sell?

Wednesday 22 November 2017
8am - 10am

Bulgari Hotel, 171 Knightsbridge, London, SW7 1DW

Members Only

We know that every entrepreneur reaches a crossroads when they decide whether to keep scaling or sell. Join us for this breakfast where Buzzacotts's Matt Katz will draw upon his experience of advising entrepreneurs on how to prepare for partial exit or sale.

Building a senior team and preparing for sale is good practice, but when is the right time to sell? Some founders begin with a very clear exit plan while others focus on growth and how far they can take a business. Whatever your personal motivations are for selling or continuing to scale, political and economic factors are having an impact. How will Brexit affect valuations and potential buyers? Understanding the exit options and broader factors will help you determine the best time and best option for you and your business.

We are delighted to be running a series of breakfast events in partnership with Buzzacott. Enjoy an indulgent breakfast in a stunning venue and start the day right!

This breakfast is designed for those who want to understand the exit options and buyer landscape.

Event timings:
8am: Arrival
10am: Event closes with an opportunity for networking

Buzzacott is a top 25 accountancy firm in the UK. The firm prides itself on working in partnership with its clients, building relationships that are founded on continuity of personnel, ease of access and a depth of specialist knowledge that in certain key areas leads the industry.

It offers a broad spectrum of services including Tax, HR Consultancy, financial planning and outsourced accountancy. In addition, Buzzacott's dedicated Corporate Finance team work closely with emerging businesses to help them grow. The team specialise in advising owner-managed businesses on a range of corporate finance activities including acquisitions, disposals, management buyouts and fundraising from banks, private equity houses and high net worth individuals.