Thursday 29 June 2023
Panel debate, roundtable discussion & networking
Location: 15 Hatfields, London, SE1 8DJ
Arrival by 2pm. Ends 5pm followed by drinks until 7pm.
Building your own business is a very personal affair.
Working in business partnership involves deeply personal relationships, and come with highs, lows and potential break ups.
This panel discussion explored the opportunities and challenges related to business partnerships. The experts shared experiences and explored topics related to:
- Why bring a new equity partner into your business
- What makes a good equity partner
- Top tips on how to find and integrate new equity partners (including equity incentivisation)
- What you should consider if you are thinking about leaving a partnership
- How to exit a fellow equity partner
- Different ways that you can share equity whilst mitigating your risks
Your expert panel
Led the growth and sale of several consultancies, including one that grew to £20m in 7 years. Involved in the completion of over a dozen M&A transactions. Holds four NED roles and is a coach and mentor.
Specialises in growth, funding and M&A for the technology and professional services sector. Has started, scaled, acquired and sold multiple businesses from data and analytics to IT and business transformation.
Built and sold 2 market-leading specialist consulting firms, both providing global support to major organisations in the financial services sector. Now a board advisor to professional services and technology firms and Fintech Founder and CEO.
Marc is the founder of The Consultancy Growth Network. He previously built and sold his multi-award winning sales, service and cultural transformation consultancy, Blue Sky, to Capita for £10m. He now advises, coaches and mentors consulting leaders across all aspects of their growth journey, with a particular specialism in sales.