Why this programme?

Transferring a company successfully is not an easy accomplishment, and yet it is crucial to take time for the important questions. Questions and plans that you can discuss with only a few people. This programme will enable you to:

  • Ask the right strategic questions concerning a sale or transfer
  • Consider all possible alternatives
  • Identify the right buyer or transfer recipient
  • Draw up a clear step-by-step plan for preparing your company
  • Prepare your company for a transfer
  • Calculate a value for your company
  • Understand and guide your external advisors in this process
  • Find your way in the main legal documents
  • Apply negotiation techniques
  • Avoid familial conflicts
  • Use your assets and experience meaningfully after the transaction

In addition, you join the extensive network of Vlerick Alumni.

Why this programme?

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Info Sessions & Open Days
05 Oct
Experience Vlerick Day
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08 Oct
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17 Oct
Experience Vlerick Evening
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