Business Succession Planning ACT Company Appoint New Adviser Emily Shoemark.

ACT Australia - Succession Plus, one of the fastest-growing companies focused on business succession planning, are today delighted to announce that they have selected another industry expert as an advisers.

Sydney, Australia - October 10, 2019 /PressCable/ —

ACT Australia – Succession Plus, one of the fastest-growing companies focused on business succession planning and exit planning, are today delighted to announce that they have selected another industry expert as one of their accredited advisers.

Succession + accredited advisers are carefully chosen industry experts, recruited nationwide, who have many years of business experience, and practice in advising business owners. In order to gain the status of a Succession + accredited advisor, an individual has to undertake an induction and advanced series of training programs, and are then only licensed after passing rigorous testing and accreditation.

The advisors are then allowed to use the Succession + proprietary models, tools, and templates, to ensure that any of their clients maximize their business value and achieve a successful exit.

Their latest accredited advisor is Emily Shoemark, a Senior Associate with Snedden Hall & Gallop Lawyers in Canberra. Emily has a long track record of working with businesses to manage any legal issues which can occur at any stage of their lifecycle. Emily focuses on delivering practical and positive outcomes while ensuring that small to medium businesses protect themselves against legal risks. As a Succession Plus, Accredited Advisor Emily can now guide her clients through the succession planning process and find the best solution which is tailored for her clients individual business needs.

“I am thrilled and honoured to be appointed as a Succession Plus Accredited Advisor,” said Emily Shoemark. “I am passionate about helping small to medium business owners develop and execute their succession plans and determined to ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible. With the support and expertise of Succession Plus, I am confident that we can help many business owners in the future.”

Succession Plus are specialists in providing proactive, focused, and strategic advice for SME owners to manage strategic Business Succession and Exit Planning.

Working with Succession Plus gives their clients a greater ability to identify, protect, maximise, and extract the wealth contained in the business and related assets. Business owners only get to leave their business once, so it pays to get it right. Succession Plus’s knowledge of

succession planning in Australia and unique Intellectual Property means that they have played a critical role in countless business sales, acting as an adviser to buy-side and sell-side clients. For more information about

Succession Plus, and the services they provide, visit their website at

Contact Info:
Name: Craig West
Email: Send Email
Organization: Succession Plus
Address: Level 6/50 York Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: +61-1300-665-473

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88926823

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