Understanding the RIGHT things to do in a business is of critical importance. Business solutions from our team can help prioritise where you should allocate your time for the biggest impact.
This article reminds us of the importance of planning
and describes a simple process for arriving at a robust plan
which will get you closer to your business goals.
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.
It’s a question many of us will be facing. Perhaps not now, or in the near future. But the opportunity to sell your business may come along, either planned or by chance. Whatever the circumstance, you should be ready. The sale process can be intense and happen quickly so make sure you do it right, cover your bases and prepare for a successful exit. It’s never too early to start.
What crowdfunding means for the wealth industry Many family-owned businesses across Australia are not pre-IPO candidates nor are they willing to hand over management to venture capital or private equity firms. In the absence of any obvious transition to their children or other family members… Read More >>
Crowd Sourced Funding launches 19 October 2018 Crowd Sourced Funding Equity Raising for small proprietary companies is now available in Australia without requiring a proprietary company to convert to an unlisted public company. The UK, Europe, USA, Canada and New Zealand have been allowing their… Read More >>
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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.
What would happen to your business if you or your business partner passed away? If you passed away tomorrow, would your family want to take over your role in the business? What about if you become totally and permanently disabled and can never work again,… Read More >>
QRAA Farm succession grants can help primary producers and their relatives offset the costs of succession planning. Rebates are available of up to $2,500 each year for professional advice related to family farm transfers. Eligible advice includes that received from solicitors, accountants, financial advisors and… Read More >>