Over the past several months, a ‘perfect storm’ has been brewing in the Australian business world.
Thousands of companies with strong fundamentals have been starved of cash flow and pushed to the brink because of the lockdowns. These owners are desperate for help and running out of time.
Many of these enterprises can be saved and made profitable again by using the right strategies and legal knowledge.
At the Business Turnaround Summit Live Stream, you will discover how to take control of these businesses with no money down and minimal risk to you… and then turn them around quickly for cash flow and profit.
You will also hear from General Manager Commercial and Property Services at Equifax, Scott Mason and demographer Bernard Salt about what lies ahead for Australian business in the coming months. As well as Steve Baxter, one of the ‘Sharks’ from the TV show Shark Tank.
Whether you are a business owner who wants to grow by taking over competitors or expanding into new markets…
… or you’re an entrepreneur who wants to skip all the risk and uncertainty of starting a new business in today’s economy and instead, jump straight into potentially generating cash flow and profits, then this event is for you.
Secure your spot now to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
You can generate a steady income from business turnarounds. You don’t have to wait months or years between paydays like with property or investments.Register My Free Seat Now
There is a massive surge of retiring baby boomer business owners eager to sell, which means there are great deals right now.Register My Free Seat Now
New federal laws mean that you can structure these deals with minimal risk. In many cases, you may not even need to pay for the business, so you have no skin in the game.Register My Free Seat Now
You can create a consistent stream of cash flow to fund your lifestyle or other investment opportunities. The beauty of taking over an existing business is that it’s virtually set-and-forget.Register My Free Seat Now
Steve Baxter is an Australian investor and entrepreneur. He was one of the ‘sharks’ on the Australian television series Shark Tank.
Steve founded SE NET with $11,000 and grew to service 35,000 customers before its acquisition.
He also founded PIPE Networks, which was acquired by TPG for $373 million
Bernard Salt is one of Australia’s leading social commentators. You may have read his column in The Australian and Herald Sun newspapers.
His work in demographics has given businesses vital insights into changes that impact decision-making, while also capturing wide public interest.
Dominique Grubisa is an award-winning entrepreneur who has built several multi-million dollar enterprises.
She is also a commercial lawyer with over 25 years experience
There has never been a better opportunity to take over and turnaround businesses than right now:
As a result, many businesses with strong fundamentals are running out of money and options. They will go under in the coming months without help.
At the Business Turnaround Summit Live Stream, you will learn how to help these businesses get out of the tight spot they’re in – while also growing your wealth with minimal risk or money down.
Baby boomers own as many as 75% of private businesses. Right now, there is a surge of baby boomers who want to retire and they are facing a challenging time selling. There is simply not enough of the younger generation to take over existing concerns. This means there is a huge supply, a lack of demand and a lot of motivated sellers.
The economic downturn has had a crippling effect on small and medium enterprises.Last year, there was a 15% jump in companies entering external administration according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and debt collectors have reported a spike in business-related collections. Many of these businesses can be saved and be made profitable again.
Up until recently, there was a lot of risks associated with taking over a struggling business. Our legal system ‘punished’ people for trying to save a business. But in September 2018, that all changed with ‘Safe Harbour’ Laws under the Corporations Act. The government introduced new legislation to encourage business takeovers and turnarounds.
Briefing starts on Saturday, 19th Sep 2020 at 9:00 am to 2:30 pm
Where to find a big pool of businesses. What to look for. How to make first contact with the owner.
Here is the strategy I use to select businesses that are worth investing time in.
Discover how to take control of a business without financial risk or skin in the game by using new ‘safe harbour’ laws.
Take advantage of ‘due diligence holiday’ legislation to get a business back on its feet as soon as possible.
Or how to set it up to generate consistent income.
Secure your tickets for the event now to discover how to structure these deals with minimal financial risk.
If you register and attend The Business Turnaround Livestream, you’ll also get four free gifts to help you take advantage of this unique opportunity:
“I didn’t put a single dollar of cash into buying this business. How I structured was I used a combination of vendor and bank finance.”
(Owner & Managing director, Staged Homes Pty Ltd)
“Within a month we found our first business turnaround project. I can’t thank DGI and the team and the program and everything they offer enough!”
“Taking over an existing business, the clients are there, they just ring up, they send an email, they expect their orders to be delivered ..that’s instant cash flow and productivity.”
(Partner, ST Fabrication)
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