Landscape Design Trust to explore business planning

The Landscape Design Trust has organised a seminar that will examine business planning for the future.

The seminar explores succession planning and who will look after the business when the owner steps down.

The Landscape Design Trust is encouraging landscape business owners to think about questions including:

How healthy is the business?
Could you sell or merge with another company?
Would employees consider a buy-out?
What is the business worth?

The seminar on 31 March at University College London will be chaired by LDT chairman Liz Lake.
She will be joined by speakers Sian Lloyd, Sally Brazier of Ceostra and Nick Mayhew of Price Bailey.  


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