Today we talk to Edward Chan the co-founder of Chan & Naylor Accountants & Wize Mentoring for accountants. Ed provides such great insight into growing your business through mergers and acquisitions that we made this a two-part series. In part one Joanna and Ed discuss ways to grow your business and touch on the four risk areas of buying a business.
- Background of Edward Chan in the area of M&A
- The 3 ways of growing your business
- The 4 risk areas when buying a business
- The first and biggest risk area when buying a business
- How to minimise the biggest risk area in order to attain a smooth acquisition
- Making small incremental changes
Edward Chan the co-founder of Chan & Naylor Accountants & Wize Mentoring for accountants talks with Joanna about growing your business through acquisitions.
Part one of this discussion looks at the three main ways to grow your business; organic growth, product monetisation, and acquisitions. They also discuss areas of risk when merging or acquiring businesses. This series is valuable listening particularly if you are running an accounting practice or a business you are looking to grow.
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Our Business Sales and Acquisitions Services
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