We understand


The current economic downturn presents a significant challenge


Maintaining cashflow is crucial for business survival


Detailed financial reports can signal potential business challenges

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It can be hard to envision life beyond your business


Generating new business and retaining clients can be a time-consuming process.


Selling your business or taking on partners can be an onerous process

Business guidance and support

We provide you with the tools and support you need to make informed decisions, including:

  • A comprehensive review of your business finances to ensure you have a clear understanding of your current position
  • The creation of a plan that considers all of your options to manage short-term challenges and address liquidity and cashflow
  • Assistance with organisational transformation to help you adapt to changing circumstances
  • Help you develop an exit or equity sell down roadmap
  • The development of a communication plan to keep your shareholders, employees, and customers informed every step of the way
  • Legal advice for any aspects of business or business transition.

Seek advice early

Our team consists of qualified Business Consultants and Legal Specialists with vast experience in helping businesses navigate change, regardless of its form. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us for guidance.

John Wulff

John Wulff

Principal Business Advisory Consultant Read Bio
Agnes Reed

Agnes Reed

Finance Manager Read Bio
Marie Cocheril

Marie Cocheril

Senior Commercial Lawyer Read Bio
Saraswathy Varatharajullu

Saraswathy Varatharajullu

Principal Lawyer Read Bio

See what our customers say

"John is a great person to work with. He identified efficiently and effectively revenue and cost leakage and problems within the structure of our business He provided options and pathways through unique methods to rectify and reposition our company’s trajectory with manageable growth using realistic and organic timelines."
Adriano Acquaro

Auslink Working Solutions

"The Workplace Relations Consultant was able to sort out all the questions I had, and now we have a very clear direction of where we are heading with our HR issues."
Martine Poulain

Interior Fitout Association

"Well done to the team for putting this Employer Guide document together whilst dealing with the mayhem that we are all experiencing at present. Please pass on my sincere thanks on behalf of the industry to the whole team for their efforts, well done and much appreciated."
Jason Allen

Director, SKS Technologies

"Thank you for this information and all your hard work in keeping us informed of the most current Workplace information."
Isabelle Smith

WHS/HR Manager of Prime
Electrical & Data Services Pty Ltd

"Thank you so much for all this information. In such a challenging time, it’s so nice to be able to have your helpful advice so I can make the right decisions for our company and our employees."
Angela Sevoir

Accounts, RANS Electrical

"I had a browse through this platform, what a fabulous tool! The dashboard is very simple to navigate and will be a great platform for businesses that don’t already have a robust HR SharePoint or intranet dashboard internally."
Drew Monkhouse

General Manager, Equans


Frequently asked questions

Have questions? We are here to help.

You need a balanced view on what this impact can be like, with some aspects below:


  • Return focus to the core parts of the business
  • Adapting to changing market circumstances and landscape
  • Shedding non performing parts of the business to another party for some consideration
  • Create efficiencies in current operations
  • Positive impact on financial position – cost reduction and return on investment


  • Change to manage with staff and stakeholders
  • Requires effort to realise the benefit of the changes
  • May take longer to adapt
  • Will need resilience to stay the path
  • Legal considerations will need to be understood and stepped through

You always have to start with the end in mind and work backwards. Examples of the points to consider are as follows;

  • When do I want to exit?
  • How much do I want for my business?
  • Do I want to exit totally or partially?
  • Do I have family members I want to transition to?
  • How do I maximise the value?
  • What do I need to do to ready my business for sale/ transition?

There are many reasons why a business owner may want to exit their business. Some of the more common reasons are:

  • It’s time to retire
  • An offer for the business has been made that is hard to refuse
  • The business is not making enough money to keep going
  • The owner wants to cash in on the success of the business and use that money for other purposes
  • It’s time to pass the business on to family members or key employees
  • There have been changes in family circumstances, such as illness or marriage breakdown
  • There are changes in the business owner’s circumstances, such as illness or old age
  • The business is faced with increased competition and decide that continuing to operate the business is not worth the effort
  • The return on investment is too low, so the owner wants to try something different
  • The business is in financial distress, and it is time to get out to avoid liquidation
  • The business has failed, and liquidation is the only option.

Regardless of your reasons, planning your exit to maximise your business’ value will probably be the most important decision made during your business’s lifecycle. You will undoubtedly improve the success of your exit strategy if you seek professional advice throughout the life of the business, not just at the time you want to exit.