Press release / What is your business worth?
Was the subject addressed at the June business breakfast seminar hosted by Dyne Drewett Solicitors and Old Mill Chartered Accountants
Forty business minds from across Somerset and Dorset convened at The Eastbury Hotel in Sherborne for breakfast on Wednesday 11 June, to gain advice on business acquisitions and sales. The breakfast seminar included presentations from both Dyne Drewett and Old Mill Chartered Accountants on how best to approach valuing and selling a business.
The first topic addressed was how to value a business, with Mark Neath of Old Mill Corporate Finance advising on the various methods available. This was then followed by a presentation from Dyne Drewett’s corporate and commercial solicitor Tom Lenon, who offered advice on the legal aspects of buying and selling a business. Completing the seminar, Craig Howes of Old Mill Accountancy explained how other tax changes affect business owners, with a focus on entrepreneurs’ relief.
Alongside the excellent cooked breakfast, guests were provided with plenty of food for thought at the June seminar and the opportunity to network with regional business contacts.
The next co-hosted breakfast seminar is planned for the 15th of October, at the Bath & West Showground and anyone interested in attending, or wanting to find out more about the above issues addressed in June’s event should contact Jennie Wood at Dyne Drewett on 01935 813691, or by emailing email@example.com
An established firm with offices across Somerset and Dorset, Dyne Drewett provides a full range of legal services to both private and commercial clients. To discuss your legal requirements with Tom Lenon, call 01749 342323 01749 34232301749 342323 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively visit www.dynedrewett.com for further information.