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Success Planning – Where to from here?


Success Planning – Where to from here?

By , June 18, 2020

Succession and exit planning is a good way of securing your future – and that of your family, business, employees and other stakeholders.

In this final webinar of the series, we look at what are some of the other tools and techniques to add value to your business and make life easier for you as the owner.

What will you get from this webinar?

  • Overview of how to make your company worth more without increasing revenue
  • Summary of all the tools used for succession and exit planning
  • Insight into the non-financial components of a business’s value
  • Overview of the value of a great company cultureHow to achieve higher future profits and de-risk your business (and your biggest asset)
Kevin Harrington

Kevin Harrington


Having worked in technology, telecoms, consumer electronics, payments, media and publishing, Kevin has enjoyed an interesting career history that embraces product and services businesses at all stages of their journey.

Before joining Succession Plus he was CMO with The Panoply plc, a digitally native technology services company, founded in 2016, with the aim of identifying and acquiring best-of-breed specialist information technology and innovation consulting businesses. He joined The Panoply from Tungsten Network where he was Chief Commercial Officer.

Previous roles have included working with SMEs and large international businesses. Some highlights are Managing Director at the Emerging Payments Awards and the Prepaid Awards; Managing Director of Gx; Director of Sodexo Motivation Solutions; Global Marketing Director at BBC Worldwide; Product Group Marketing Manager with Sony UK.

His career started out in a completely different direction. His first two full-time roles were as a junior in an architect’s office and a civil engineering technician. Some of his drawings and designs were constructed and are still standing.