Business succession workshop in Kimberley

Valuable information for anyone considering selling their business in the next few years.

Are you considering selling your business any time in the next several years? If so, the City of Kimberley, the Kimberley Chamber of Commerce, and Invest Kootenay invite you to attend the 2012 Business Succession Planning Workshop on October 17, 2012 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

Many Kimberley businesses who plan to retire or sell their business within the next 10 years don’t have a plan. All businesses should operate as though they plan to sell within five years, experts say.

“We just want to get the word out to small businesses,” said the City’s Economic Development Director Kevin Wilson. “This session is really valuable.”

The session takes place at the Kimberley Conference Centre.

To register contact Kevin Wilson at 427-9666 or kwilson@kimberley.ca by Sunday October 14, 2012.

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