Selling your business?

Planning for succession is one of the biggest challenges a business owner will face, and despite the fact that giving the topic early consideration can mean better results for the employer, the employees and the business, many delay.

Instead of viewing succession planning as a daunting task, we’re encouraging businesses to see the potential for change as an opportunity to secure their business’ future and improve its performance.

Aimed at business owners considering an exit from their company, our Selling your business? programme attendees the opportunity to hear direct from businesses that have successfully made the move to EO, as well as expert advisers on the process.

Details of the full programme including locations, dates, speakers and booking information are available below.

Thursday 7 November 2019 – Dumfries
Find out why care provider Stewartry Care and research and strategy consultancy Optimat became employee-owned and hear from succession and EO specialist Ewan Hall of Baxendale.
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Wednesday 13 November 2019 – Aberdeen
Drilling engineers Merlin ERD and engineering and manufacturing firm Woollard and Henry share the reasons behind their move to employee ownership with additional information from EO specialist Alistair Gibb of Ownership Associates.
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Wednesday 19 February 2020 – Edinburgh
Hear from Harvey Maps and Jerba Campervans on why they became employee-owned and get more information from EO specialist Alistair Gibb of Ownership Associates.
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Harvey Maps, Doune, Stirlingshire, 21/11/2017: Harvey Maps staff, with founding directors Robin and Susan Harvey (centre), pictured outside their firm's offices (white building, left) on Doune's Main Street, Stirlingshire.

The Harvey Maps team

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