‘Business Lifecycle In A Challenging Economy’

February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Capital G and Deloitte, in association with the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, will present a three-part workshop series, “The Lifecycle of a Business in a Challenging Economy”, during March.

Each workshop will provide insight and guidance for mid-sized business owners looking to maximise value at different stages of a company’s life cycle. Hosted by the Chamber of Commerce, the workshops will take place from 12:00-1:00 pm on March 7, 22 and 27, with lunch included.

The series will be delivered by Rob Bernardino, Head of Business Banking at Capital G and Rachelle Frisby, Director of Financial Advisory Services at Deloitte, with legal representatives also speaking.

The first workshop takes place on March 7, and will provide practical advice on assessing value and risk when acquiring a company, as well as exploring responsibilities for new business owners.

The second workshop will be held on March 22 and will focus on financial management in today’s economy, financing options, and risk management. It will also provide guidance for creating quality financial statements and analysis.

The third workshop will be held on March 27 and will explore options for companies looking to close or sell their business, including decision analysis, valuation, legal and moral obligations, and insolvency procedures.

Ronnie Viera, President of the Chamber of Commerce, commented: “In today’s economic climate, many companies are facing unprecedented challenges because of increasing regulation, greater demand for value, and rising costs of doing business.

“However, these challenges also present great opportunities for companies to maximize their offering to clients, grow in value, and emerge as industry leaders. The Chamber of Commerce is excited to offer this complimentary series to our membership.”

Information on the workshops can be found on www.deloitte.bm or www.capital-g.com. Admission is free for members, $10 for guests. To register please contact Phyllis Virgil 295 4201 or email pvirgil@bcc.bm. _

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