Cowgill Holloway’s Corporate Finance team to speak at APSCo recruitment event
Leading North West accountants, Cowgill Holloway are set to speak at recruitment industry event in Leeds City centre at the end of this month, in partnership with national recruitment membership organisation, APSCo.
The presentation, focused around how to maximise the value of a recruitment business was also given at a similar event in Spinningfields, Manchester in 2016 which saw more than 40 delegates attend; this year it is set to be even bigger.
The event, which is quickly filling up, will have a collection of North West experts advising businesses on preparing their business for sale, cyber security, and new off-payroll rules in the public sector.
Corporate Finance, Partner, Paul Stringer will be opening the event with an insight into how business owners in the recruitment industry can grow their business. He will delve deeper into key points when considering an exit strategy and also highlight what potential acquirers look for in a business and how to work with shareholders to sell a recruitment business.
Closing the event Sam Hurley, Operations Director of APSCo will be summarising the final legislation and explaining the effect on recruitment firms placing personal service company contractors into the public sector.
Rob Lord, Partner said: “The event last year in Manchester was very well received, and proved extremely helpful to the collection of recruitment businesses owners in the room”.
“We’re delighted to have been invited to speak at this event in Leeds by APSCo – many business owners aren’t aware that preparing the business for sale is a vital part of the transaction and we hope that our advice helps them maximise the value of their business.”
The event will be held at The Queens Hotel, City Square in Leeds on Tuesday 28 March, starting from 2:30pm-5pm. For more information about the event, or to register your interest in the event, email Rob.Lord@cowgills.co.uk.
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