Written by Chris Budd…..

Are you a business owner wondering what your exit options are? Do you want a quick exit, or do you want to prepare your business so you leave a legacy that continues beyond you?

These are not easy questions to answer.

The Eternal Business Programme is a comprehensive pathway firstly to decide what sort of exit you want, and then to prepare the business for life without you – which may not initially seem feasible.

We are aware that many owners are interested in the Employee Ownership Trust (EOT), but have not yet taken the first step. There are likely to be many reasons for this, but one of them is that it may feel distinctly overwhelming.

In some cases, it is also because they have incorrect or misleading information about how the EOT works and whether it is suitable for their business.

To reduce the overwhelm and provide some clarity, we have taken the core lessons from the first part of the Eternal Business Programme and created a brand new introductory mini-programme.

For a single payment of £195 plus VAT you can access all the online information you need to accurately decide the future of your business.

It includes extensive details on the technicalities of the EOT and helps you to consider your own future, as well as managing the expectations of key employees.

If you still have questions, or want to talk through your conclusions, you can book an optional one hour session with Chris Budd for £99 plus VAT, which will be tailored just to you and your business.

This is the perfect tool to help you decide what the future looks like, allowing you to take the first steps, without making a commitment – so what are you waiting for? 

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