A solicitor from one of London’s leading independent law firms Mackrell Turner Garrett has delivered a series of seminars at the Business Show in London advising companies on how to prevent their acquisitions falling apart.
Corporate partner Maung Aye delivered his seminars, entitled Business Buying Nightmares to a packed audience at the show, which was filled with business leaders from across the UK and overseas who wanted to learn more about potential pitfalls when buying or selling a company or business.
The talk included a focus on due diligence and the essential steps that business owners needed to take to make their company more valuable to potential buyers which was warmly welcomed by the receptive crowd.
Maung said: “When entering these types of negotiations most businesses go in with the best intentions, but deals can fall apart over the smallest things, so it is integral that businesses are prepared for the potential pitfalls.
The reception we had from the Business Show was very positive and I hope I was able to provide business owners with food for thought for the future.”
The Business Show, now in its 35th year, attracted more than 25,000 business leaders this year and proved an ideal platform for Mackrell Turner Garrett to share its international expertise.
Nigel Rowley, Managing Partner at Mackrell Turner Garrett, said: “The Business Show is an important date in the calendar of many businesses, both big and small. To be able to share our expertise with the crowds at the show is an honour and I am delighted that we have had such a good response from those who attended.”
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