York Chapter

Building Value to Your Business - How to Build Recurring Revenue Streams & Maximum Cash Flow

Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 from 6:30 to 9:30pm

Location: Social Coffee & Tea Company, 77 West Beaver Creek Rd #1, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1K4

Fee: $18 + HST/pp

Registration: https://peoyork2020-building-value.eventbrite.ca

Event Information:

PEO York Chapter is excited to offer a special session, on Tuesday February 25, 2020, that business owners won’t want to miss. As owners begin the inevitable process of transitioning their business – whether this means selling the business, handing it off to family members or perhaps just stepping back and providing a guiding hand – they ultimately have to come to terms with how to maximize the value of their business. Identifying the things that build value and making that transferable to the next generation of owners can be a challenging undertaking.

John Hotson, a business strategist with over 35 years of experience working with business owners and founding partner of the Business Transition Alliance, will lead a discussion to help owners understand how they can maximize the value of their business as they start the transition process.

This session will teach owners how to identify the value drivers that are embedded in their business, and show them how to further develop that value. The discussion will include case studies from the consulting industry that will demonstrate how owners can build recurring revenue streams and maximize cash flow. As John puts it, “It sounds simple, and it is. But simple doesn’t always equal easy”.

About the speaker:

John Hotson

John Hotson 
John Hotson is a speaker, entrepreneur, business strategist and advisor to business owners. Over the past 35 years John has started seven companies, worked with senior business professionals in dozens of industries, and given hundreds of presentations and speeches.

John has over 35 years of experience in Marketing and Communications with Canadian companies. In his role as Director of Marketing for Nortel Networks, he started up and ran a retail business unit for the company in Canada and the US. After building the brand to number one in Canada, John oversaw the sale of the business to a well-known international electronics company.

After leaving Nortel John became a founding partner in one of Canada’s foremost communications firms, specializing in helping clients maximize the value of their business through strategic investor communications. His clients included Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. (AECL), CIBC, Ontario Hydro, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), McDonald’s Canada, Magna International and the University of Toronto.

John is a founding partner of the Business Transition Alliance (BTA). BTA works hands-on with business owners of private companies to help them develop and implement effective strategies that increase the value, growth and profitability of their business.