Our article focuses on the importance of having a proper plan in place to protect business assets.
What’s the difference between Joe’s Burger Bar and a McDonald’s franchise? One is completely reliant on the owner and the other has a fully documented system of operation. Which do you think is worth more? Find out how this could apply to maximising your business value.
Self-employed? What would you do if you became sick or injured and were unable to keep your business running? It’s not a risk that is often thought about, but it is important to take a moment to consider it. Did you know that 1 in… Read More >>
From the time Graeme Sheppard bought Soiltech Testing Services, he built a successful business with a renowned reputation and made sure his future planning had an exit strategy that included son Paul. Read how OBT were able to help with the succession from dad to son.
Will it affect you? Have you recently had an email alert from Google Search Console highlighting that your website may have a possible security issue? If you operate an e-commerce website, or even if you use tools like Google Shopping or Adwords, it’s imperative that… Read More >>
Do you know that succession or exit planning has been identified by small/medium enterprise operators as one of the key issues for business success, in various surveys over the last 15 years? OBT has developed a full product package on succession or exit strategies, to… Read More >>
As a small business owner it is important to have a retirement plan in place well before deciding to retire. This is because, in most cases, your major asset is your business. Planning ahead will ensure you have sufficient funds to maintain your lifestyle in… Read More >>
David and Barbara Simon are directors of one of Lockyer Valley’s medium-sized vegetable growing businesses who say, “OBT listen to how we want to steer the business. It’s good that they’re interested in us and in how we’re going.” Read why.
Business owners failing to recognise the value of an exit strategy puts the future of small business at risk! More than two million small businesses employ around 60 per cent of Australia’s total workforce. However evidence suggests that most business owners are under-prepared to deal properly… Read More >>
OBT recently advised a wholesale and retail business that was experiencing large fluctuations in its sales, profits and cash flow. The business supplies goods to mining and rural businesses and is required to carry large stock holdings and significant credit accounts. Heavy rains also caused damage… Read More >>