The process of selling a business can be one of the most signaficant challenges a business owner will face. PwC's dedicated Corporate Finance and Business Sales specialists have designed a workshop to help understand the business sale process. this workshop will focus on showing you how you can maximise value through the business sale process by understanding the process, how to best prepare and how to effectively execute a sale process.

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      Our experienced specialists understand that selling a business is not just about getting things technically right, for many business professionals and their personnel.  The sale of a business will often be the largest transaction in a person's life, so maximizing the outcome is vital.

      This workshop will guide you through the key issues at each and every stage of the selling process.  Whatever stage of the selling process your business is at, the workshop will help you sort through the complex issues and assist you to make the decisions that need to be made.

      Our PwC business sales specialists will share with you their extensive practical experience and te chnical knowledge through scenarios and case studies.

      The workshop will be engaging and interactively focused on helping you achieve your long-term goals and optimise the value of your business.

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      When:   Wellington - Thursday 16 August, 2018 - 9.00am-4.00pm
                     Auckland - Wednesday Friday 10 August, 2018 - 9.00am-4.00am

      Where:  PwC Tower, Level 16, 113 - 119 The Terrace, Wellington 
                    PwC Tower, 188 Quay Street, Auckland

      Fee:  Members $855 +GST (Promotional Code HVCPB)  Non-Members $950 +GST
      RSVP:  Click here to register via PwC Website.

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      This workshop is essential for Business owners, managers, directors and anybody else who are interested in understanding the business sale process.

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      What we will cover:

      • developing strategies and preparation
      • identification and vetting of potential purchasers and distribution
      • negotiation of sale including key negotiating points, value drivers, executive and key persons roles, employment.
      • S&P process, legal and associated warranties
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