The Selling Sessions - How to sell your business, by the people who could buy it
By United Capital
The Selling Sessions is an international podcast by the team at UK investment company, United Capital.
Expect expert opinions, practical advice and plenty of real-life examples from the team at United Capital and other business buying experts.
The podcast, which will post a new episode every Thursday, will bring together leaders from all the core areas you should be focussed on when thinking about selling your business; from finance to HR, corporate structure to intellectual property and marketing and everything in between.
This week The Selling Sessions welcomes United Capital's Marketing & Communications Director Fraser Kirk and Jo Eismont, Marketing Manager at BlueLime Marketing to chat about how marketing can help you to sell your business.
Fraser offers insight into the research and qualification process at United Capital and just how big a role your marketing can play in the process. This episode is packed with loads of great insight from an experienced Marketer.
The biggest take away...if you're not talking, no-one can listen!
In this episode The Selling Sessions goes international as Paul McGillvery meets with Pablo Anderson of ICCI Capital on a recent business trip to Spain. This episode offers a new perspective as we discuss doing deals overseas. Pablo offers great insight into the more emotional part of selling a business, an often forgotten about element of the sales process.
ICCI Capital is a company focussed on real estate consulting and the development of real estate assets. Their platform includes a wide range of services to safeguard efficient market access, professional development and exit solutions for projects in Spain. Their platform enables ICCI to manage the assets, develop them to a bespoke target rate efficiently and to sell the products in the least time.
To find out more about ICCI visit https://www.iccicapital.com/
When you come to sell your business you want to know that your loyal team will be taken care of, so what happens to employees when you sell your business? It's a question that sellers often ask, as they seek assurances around the long term future of the employees after they sell.
Specialist employment law consultant at Shepherd and Wedderburn, Deborah Miller talks TUPE, as she passes on some of her best tips from her 15-year experience specialising in employment law.
This episode welcomes the hugely experienced Graeme Bruce, Partner at CMS, to talk about what makes a really good advisor. Graeme outlines what you should look for when appointing an advisor to support you selling you business and why the team that helped you grow your business, may not have the right experience to help with your sale.
Special thanks as always to our podcast sponsors, Affinity Business Centres, for taking take of us in the podcast studio!
In this episode we spoke to Stuart Hatcher, Partner at Forsters LLP, a leading Mayfair law firm, about the lifecycle of selling your business. Stuart offers fantastic insight into the twists and turns of selling your business including the often forgotten about bit at the end...what are you going to do with the money!
This episode is packed with practical advice from Stuart, an exceptionally experienced Corporate Lawyer. As always, thanks to our podcast sponsors, Affinity Business Centres.
In this highly informative episode, we speak to BDO Managing Director, Satvir Bungar, and discuss SPA warranties and indemnities. As always, our professional and expert guest highlights the importance and value of knowledgeable and experienced advisors, and discusses the finer details of selling your business.
This episode brings together Ryan Russell, Partner & Head of Employment at MML Legal and Non-Executive Director at United Capital, Gillian McAteer, Head of Employment Law at Citation. This fantastic episode covers many important considerations from the employees perspective and offers plenty of practical tips.
In this episode United Capitals Legal & Commercial Officer, Paul McGillvery chats to Andrew Fleetwood and Lottie White, Partner and Solicitor respectively, from the commercial team at Gilson Gray.
Paul, Andrew and Lottie delve deeper into the finer details of various contracts and the implications on negotiations, and discuss the best ways to prepare your business for a sale process.
This week United Capital's Paul McGillvery discusses preparing for the sale process with Louise Sheils and Derek Stroud, both of Brodies LLP. The episode offers great practical advice on some of the steps you should be taking when preparing to sell your business.
In this episode we hear from Rod Mathers and Ian McDonald of MHA Henderson Loggie, and Kevan Sturrock (CFO) and Paul McGillvery (Legal & Commercial Officer) at United Capital. The podcast focusses on the financial part of selling your business, what you should consider and why it is important to manage your expectations.
Some great points raised by hugely experienced panel, offering insight into what can make or break a deal.
In this episode we "meet the buyer", Graeme Carling, CEO of United Capital to discuss what he thinks sellers should be doing when trying to sell their business. As an experienced business buyer Graeme offers insight into his expectations of a seller and explains what you must do, in order to get the deal done.
The Selling Sessions - Meet the Buyer episodes curate conversations with experienced and expert business buyers to give any would-be seller, an insight into the mind of the people on the other side of the negotiating table.
In this episode United Capital's Paul McGillvery catches up with specialist corporate lawyer and Partner at MacRoberts LLP, Alan Kelly, to discuss the importance of setting your own business sale objectives. Do you know what you want out of selling your business? Do you even know how much money you will need to afford the lifestyle you want? Alan offers opinion on what you should be thinking about before you even start the process of selling.
In this episode United Capital Marketing & Communications Director, Fraser Kirk, discusses intellectual property and the steps owners should take to help the sale of their business. Fraser chats to United Capital's Legal & Commercial Officer, Paul McGillvery and Liam McMonagle, a specialist in corporate and commercial law, and Partner at top legal firm, Thorntons.
The Selling Sessions podcast is brought to you by specialist construction sector investment firm, United Capital and sponsored by Affinity Business Centres and Storage Solutions.
United Capital is an investment group bringing strength and stability back to the construction sector by acquiring well-performing, profitable companies. Joining the United Capital group can unlock the potential of your company, through a combination of investment and business support. Your passion for your business, backed by our experience and expertise, is a path to long-term growth and success.
Next week, the team at UK investment company United Capital, will be launching their own podcast, The Selling Sessions, about how to sell your business, by the very people who could buy it. Expect expert opinions, practical advice and plenty of real-life examples from the team at United Capital and other business buying experts.