EVENTS

ROBSON LAIDLER 2021 EVENTS CALENDAR

Exit Planning Webinar – Part 2

Wednesday September 8 2021 1:30pm – 2:15pm

Join us for the second stage of exit planning, where Robson Laidler’s tax team will detail the tax implications of exit strategy.

Our Wealth Management team will consider the effect on your future finances and what you want the next phase of your life to look like. If you are “switching the dividend tap off” how are you going to replace your income?

How much do you need to retain your lifestyle post work? Robson Laidler Wealth will look at how to structure this and how much you realistically need to sell your business for to give you the income you need without fear of running out.

Business Coaching for Estate Agents

Wednesday October 20 2021 1:00pm – 1:45pm

No matter how long you have been running an estate agency for, there are always challenges along the way. These can occur in the following areas:

• Business structuring
• Database building
• Developing relationships
• Maximising profits

If you are experiencing these issues, have you considered hiring a specialist estate agent coach?

A specialist estate agency coach is likely to have experienced the same issues as you and knows how to drive your business forward. In our experience, estate agency businesses are keen to grow, open to new ideas, create and maximise leads and improve selling skills. Building a successful estate agency requires hard work and involves juggling a number of tasks such as branding, relationship building and the ability to draw together multiple things.

Within this webinar, we show you how we look beyond traditional Management Accounting information and can build you a true Management Information pack including not just the financials but also relevant non-financial information designed to inform decision making and improve things for the future.

We will also run Q&A with successful estate agency owner Martin Trinder of Lennon Properties in Northumberland, where you can find out how we took him from operating the business out of his bank account to setting up three new branches.