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“Awesome weekend with some really eye opening jaw dropping moments. Very practical and lots of ideas & strategies to take away and use immediately. Cannot wait to start using everything I have learnt.”
“Do one deal and your life will change. I can guarantee that. The course is jam-packed with really good advice. The mindset change that you have after the course and in your approach to business I think will change quite radically.”
“Absolutely blown away. The content was awesome. Completely changed the way I’m pitching businesses now. In 8 weeks I’ve got 3 deals on the table.”
Jeremy helps entrepreneurs acquire businesses without using cash up front. In the past two decades, he’s bought and sold over 100 companies in dozens of industries all over the world. Just recently, Jeremy listed a company called “MBH Corporation PLC” with a 39 million euro market cap on the Frankfurt stock market.Read more
Jeremy is a Singapore-based entrepreneur with a truly global focus, owning investments in 12 countries and having bought and sold over 100 firms, and advised on around 200 more.
He lectures all over the world on the subject of SME mergers and acquisitions, with a focus on distressed and motivated acquisitions. Has coached people from numerous large organisations including Moore Stevens, KPMG, Tesco and Microsoft on how to buy small to medium-sized companies. Jeremy is also Shareholder and Advisory Director for The Mint National Bank and recognised as a DBS Business Class advisor.
He was featured on the Money Channel, and in 2012 was asked by Capstone (the largest publisher of business books in Europe and the USA) to write his story, this book, called Go Do was published shortly after and went to number one on Amazon on three occasions.In 2015, Jeremy created the Agglomeration model – collaboratively listing SMEs on the capital markets. The first Agglomeration ‘The Marketing Group PLC’ was listed on Nasdaq in June 2016 and quickly grew to be one of the largest listed marketing companies globally.
Jeremy was Coutts Entrepreneur of the Year runner-up three times, he was on the fundraising committee of The Prince’s Trust, has been invited to Buckingham Palace and Parliament in the UK to advise on matters of business and enterprise, and has been written about in the Sunday Times, Financial Times, and numerous other publications.
The long-forgotten 17th century technique to get past gatekeepers and capture the attention of distressed companies (One student secured 8 deals using just this one technique!) p.22
Forget seeking out insolvency practitioners or business brokers! Page 12 reveals why you should never buy businesses advertised “for sale”… and 3 places to find winning deals instead – p.12
The 11-word phrase that melts away friction from the bargaining process and creates a true win-win situation for you and the seller. p.16
Why you should not position yourself as a buyer and what to do instead… This rookie mistake could cost you years of wasted time, effort and missed opportunities. p.10
The “perfect storm scenario” to secure companies without money down… Jeremy used this to secure a $12 million dollar sports sponsorship company with no capital and an IT company for £1. p.14
Did you know that cash is not your only bargaining chip to purchase companies? Discover 9 ingredients that make up your “deal pie” (One of them: Pay the previous owner partly with their own shares. Why would they accept this? Find out on Page 17.)
Discover how Jeremy commanded an extra £100,000 when he sold an electrical engineering company. This simple “funnelling” strategy allowed him to sell a £150k company for £250k. How did he do it? The answer is on page 19.
Warning: Don’t make yourself director or shareholder when you buy a company. If you do, you might be one court case away from going bankrupt. Page 21 reveals the bullet-proof strategy that avoids legal sticky situations and protects your assets … use this to enjoy more security and peace of mind. p.21
“For me definitely exceeded expectations, many many times over.
“Pragmatic, practical and hugely valuable.