Growth

Whether you are currently marketing your business, in active discussions about a sale, considering handing the business on to the next generation, or you are a business owner approaching the end of your career, this blog will help you begin to lay the foundation stones for your eventual exit or hand over.

We all know that Plan A will work because the plan is so awesome and couldn’t possibly fail right? WRONG!!

In business things change so quickly and you must be ready to change your plan and direction to best serve your clients.

CEO of RWA, Tom Wood, outlines why engaging leadership is so important in the workplace, and showcases how RWA engages its employees to deliver positive business results.

Don’t wait until the day comes when you have had enough and you finally decide to hang up your boots. Start thinking about your exit now, and take action to maximise potential and minimise risk.

Andrew Linnell outlines the key role that Insurance Brokers play in supporting their clients in the event of a major claim.

So, you are seeking to acquire a business. You have engaged a specialist to conduct the due diligence, and have established that the financials are robust, and the company is a good ‘fit’. Full steam ahead then?

Not quite…

How do you know if the target company is operating correctly from a compliance perspective? Do they have any skeletons in their closet?

We are pleased to announce that Jayne Skyrme (Business Development Manager at RWA) has been voted in as Chair for Torfaen Effect Enterprise Facilitation.

The Torfaen Effect Resource Team is made of local business people who work together to provide free, independent and confidential business help and support to those looking to grow or start up their own businesses in the borough.

When is an MBO not an MBO?
In his second Insight article on Exit Planning, Andrew Linnell focusses on the Management Buyout, and the factors that should be considered to successfully complete the deal.
Many businesses find change difficult to manage, as it creates uncertainty and takes a great deal of dedicated management time and effort if the outcome is to be successful one.
Consequently, most changes are reactive, which can lead to the 7 most expensive words in business…

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