Selling an Online Business (2017)
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Identify the critical assets to be transferred in the sale of an online business
- Quickly verify online account details for websites, hosting, social media accounts etc
- Highlight key areas of risk in online transactions
- Understand an advisors role in the settlement process
- Be better prepared to understand and meet client expectations in the transaction process
About your Speaker: Jeanette Jifkins – Onyx Online Law
Jeanette Jifkins is the founder and Principal of Onyx Online Law, an Australian based law firm with the focus of supporting online enterprises. Whilst establishing Onyx Online Law, she also worked in-house for over seven years first with not-for-profit membership organisation The Australian Psychological Society, and then with the Riverside Marine Group, a Brisbane based family business conducting varied marine and shipping operations around Australia. She has extensive experience with a broad variety of corporate and commercial issues including contracts, mergers and acquisitions, business structures, employment and governance. Before moving in-house Jeanette worked with small to top tier law firms in the areas of commercial dispute resolution and corporate and commercial advisory divisions.
Jeanette also has a keen interest in psychological services and currently serves on the board of not-for-profit organisation On The Line Limited and Queensland Board of the Psychology Board of Australia, a Board of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.
Qualifications: LLB, LLM, GDLP, MQLS
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