Selling your business amidst covid is certainly not all doom and gloom. In fact many businesses can look forward to reaching new realms of respect both in their industry sector and from prospective buyers and lenders post-covid if they play their cards right.
Richard Alvin, Managing Editor of Business Matters talks to Gareth Smith, CEO of Hilton Smythe on this week’s podcast to find out what business owners can action now to future proof a sale. Enjoy this snippet to form an invaluable check list then subscribe and listen to the whole podcast here.
Are you seeing a number of people with distressed businesses? Running out of cash, looking to exit fast?
It’s an interesting time, unprecedented seems to be the buzz word with this pandemic. Yet actually most businesses are in the same boat. We haven’t seen a lot of distressed businesses at the moment. It could happen, with
Pubs and hairdressers will not be able to serve customers again for at least another month, the business secretary has confirmed while warning retailers over their conduct ahead of next week’s re-opening of non-essential stores in England.
Alok Sharma said during the daily Downing Street coronavirus briefing that shops found not to be following rules designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 face being issued with enforcement notices.
He told reporters: “I can confirm today that retail outlets which have been required to be closed will be able to open their doors again from Monday 15 June so long as they comply with the COVID-secure guidelines we published on May 25.
“This is the latest step in the careful restarting of our economy and will enable high streets up and down the country to spring back to life.”
However, the minister poured cold water on hopes of a wider reopening
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