Information gathering meeting
Set aside time for your confidential, no obligation, no cost, introductory meeting with our experts. At this meeting we will review your business to identify the unique strengths of your business, together we will review your sector specialty, experience, pricing, quality, location, comparison with competitors, your accounts, current technology and of course identify your unique selling propositions.
This meeting provides a unique picture of your business, and for you to determine if your business is ready to be sold and the likely sale valuation.
You will learn how, together, we will sell your business for maximum value, in the shortest time.
Business Valuation & Appraisal
Your business valuation begins once we have gathered all the information required to perform the appraisal together with a market analysis. The business accounts and balance sheet are analysed to provide the true business value and profit potential.
Sales Details Preparation
Once your business has been valued, our marketing team will prepare your Sales Memorandum, a target list of potential purchasers, and your marketing plan. Your Sales Memorandum, the document that attracts buyers initially, will, of course, be approved by you. Your Sales Memorandum will show potential purchasers the attractions and advantages of acquiring your business. It will not contain confidential information.
Introduction to buyers
We will keep you informed of all interest from prospective buyers, and arrange introductions, we intend to introduce a number of prospective buyers with the intention of creating an auction or competition environment to your business sale.
The business sale negotiations
We follow up on all visits and opening offers, entering into negotiation with the prospective buyers for offers and further negotiation. Once you accept the successful offer, we will prepare heads of terms, to be reviewed by your legal representative.
Due diligence will be conducted by the prospect purchaser, following the signing of heads of terms before signing the binding sale of business agreement
Completing thorough due diligence ensures that the prospective purchaser has conducted business, legal, and financial investigation of your business in preparation for the business sale transaction and the buyer understands what they are buying.
The sale and purchase agreement
After the entire due diligence procedure, and when a buyer has analysed the investigation of your business for sale, it is time to prepare the sale and purchase agreement of the company. Your solicitors together with the purchaser's solicitors agree on the sale and purchase agreement also known as the SPA.
Successful completion of your business sale
Once the sale and purchase agreement has been agreed and signed by both buyer and seller, the deal is done, the purchaser's solicitor releases the monies to your solicitor and you will enjoy the rewards of all those years of work, risk and worry.
For many years our team has been successfully selling business, using the process proven to sell businesses for the maximum value, for a no obligation free business valuation and appraisal call we look forward to speaking with you.