News filed under the category of 'Food Industry Insight'

Disclosure: What Happens If I Fail To Disclose?

Disclosure is a key part of the business sale process. The consequences of failing to disclose critical incidents before the date of completion can lead to serious repercussions for both sides of the transaction.

Posted on 29th January 2019 by George Seward

Staff Contracts – Should I Review Them Prior To Selling my Business?

Many small and medium sized businesses (SME’s) do not have proper written contracts in place for their employees. Therefore, if you are looking to sell a business, always make sure you have negotiated staff contracts well before the date of completion to avoid any delays.

Posted on 22nd January 2019 by George Seward

Dilapidations Reports – How Important Are They?

If you are selling a business with leasehold property as part of the deal, a Dilapidations Report will most likely be required. What do we mean by the term ‘dilapidations’? The term ‘dilapidations’ simply means damaged, broken or in need of replacement...

Posted on 15th January 2019 by George Seward

So, how much is my food business worth?

There are no hard and fast rules as to the value of private business sales and some sectors fair better than others. George Seward presents some clear advice for valuing your food industry business.

Posted on 26th September 2013 by George Seward

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