Planning for success!
Posted on March 6, 2013
Succession planning is a term often used by HR professionals, but if you run your own business and you have an interest in the future of that business it’s important that you consider appropriate legal measures and put them in place to help ensure that future success.
Are you planning on selling your business, or investing further with a business partner? You need to start making preparations.
Do you have one or more business partners in your company or partnership?
Do you have an up-to-date shareholders or partnership agreement?
As experienced commercial lawyers we can construct agreements to help you protect your business and position it for growth.
Every month we aim to focus on a business issue of interest to our clients and readers. If you have any comments or suggestions on this or future newsletters, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope 2013 has started well for you! We are excited to announce that our legal team is growing. In addition to corporate, commercial, IP and regulatory advice, we can now offer commercial property legal advice, so do let us know if you are considering new premises or if your lease is up for renewal. Thank you to our loyal newsletter subscribers for all your support and words of encouragement over the last few months as we have become more established.
Quote of the week
Having founded Artington Legal, Tad is naturally interested in what other entrepreneurs are thinking and what drives them. Emily Cummins, a successful entrepreneur inventor in the UK says, “For me, it’s really about passion and determination. You have to be passionate about what you’re doing. Passion is the unstoppable force that will make your idea work.”
This, we think, sums it up well.
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