Our team of specialists have successfully sold hundreds of businesses and are vastly experienced. If you’ve decided to sell, Shorts are here to help you achieve your objectives.
Selling your business is one of the most important transactions you will undertake. It is the payoff for years, perhaps decades of dedication and investment. This is why it’s crucial that you chose the right advisers to help you sell your business the right way.
Our multi-award-winning Corporate Finance provides an exceptional, personable service. We apply the broad knowledge that we have gained from years of advising on business sales.
If you want to sell your business, our team will design and lead you through an efficient and precise disposal process that both maximises the interest in your business and aims to achieve the best valuation possible. To do this, we will:
Our team will match your business with the most appropriate buyer. We will help you maximise sale value and ensure a smooth transaction for all involved.
This is often a complex process. It can sometimes involve significantly more time than expected, which is why a DIY approach is often not realistic. Our team has access to the very latest tools and data to ensure you find the best possible buyer at the right time.
The Shorts team will help you with readiness for sale, ensuring it passes the seller’s due diligence checks and can be sold for the best possible valuation. Throughout this transactional readiness process, we will help you:
For business owners, the current value of your business is vital information – particularly in helping you decide if it is time to consider your exit planning options. Use our free business valuation calculator to gain a rough idea of what your business may be worth.
Tax is an inevitable factor in the selling of a business. We will ensure that a robust tax strategy in place for you before purchase. This helps avoid unexpected tax bills on completion of the sale. We will help you with tax planning on selling a business by:
Shorts will combine its business tax and corporate finance knowledge to ensure your company’s tax position is as strong as possible before the sale.