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Léon Milns, Founder, WeAreAdam
Build, Sell, Retire: The top ten secrets behind a successful company sale
Wednesday 10th March, 10am – 11:30am GMT (Zoom)
How do you go about growing a business and selling it during a recession?
Join us to discover how to build a stronger business, how to overcome the challenges of selling and win an impressive earnout.
We’ll be joined by the fantastic Chris Averill from 2Y3X, CTI founder Nick Rhind and Jo Evans from Lewis Silkin, who will share their stories and reveal the secrets to successful selling experiences.
If you want to scale fast and sell at an ambitious price, join us for this 90-minute masterclass on building and selling your company.
Attendees will gain:
- Valuable lessons about facing setbacks
- Advice on preparing for sale
- Growth planning tips
- Insights and (de-bunked) myths of the M&A world
To join us, please register with details of your company along with any burning questions you have for our panel.
Global entrepreneur and pilot Chris Averill has 24 years of experience in innovative businesses with customer experience at their core. He grew and sold his company triumphantly in 2016 and knows both how tough the selling journey can be – and how rewarding it is at the finish line. So now he’s guiding other business owners along that very bumpy road to acquisition.
Chris has also documented his experience in his brand new book, Build Sell Retire, which has been named the ‘blueprint every business owner should read’. In this session, he’ll share what he would have done differently when he sold his business, so you can get there faster, with fewer hiccups along the way!
Jo Evans is a corporate partner at the leading law firm Lewis Silkin, advising clients on mergers and acquisition transactions. She has more than 20 years’ experience representing and assisting the owners of privately owned businesses on the implementation of their growth plans and exit strategies. Nearly all of the people and businesses Jo represents operate in the creative economy – in marketing, media, communications, data and digital enterprises.
As well as corporate transactional work, Jo advises clients on a broad range of corporate matters such as LLP and company formation, joint venture and shareholder agreements, incentive share arrangements, raising growth capital and other inward investment, and capital restructurings and reorganisations.
Since CTI Digital was established in 2003, Nick Rhind has been building a network of leading digital agencies with over 200 specialists across the UK and Europe. As CEO, he’s achieved this growth by investing in talented individuals, advancing technology and clients’ visions.
“The event was a mix of practical advice, heart and honest raw human experience. A powerful and valuable starting point for anyone serious about growing and transforming their business.”
Adah Parris, FT Top100 BAME Tech Leader