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COMPANY LIQUIDATION

Controlled liquidation of a trading company

By conducting a controlled liquidation of a company, the company will be legally dissolved.

According to statistics, 90% of all businesses go bankrupt within 5 years of their establishment.

So if you’re one of them, you’re not the only one experiencing this, which is good to know.

Are you relieved? Good. From now on, it will only get better.

The liquidation of a business is so often the end of one business stage.

This is a time-consuming process, which is why we recommend that you make the company's liquidation outside of the original company owners, i.e. through the service - transfer - company sale with subsequent company liquidation.

Carrying out the liquidation of your company doesn’t mean you should forget your experience and knowledge.

The opposite is actually true. It's the right time to start!

We will help you to identify the parts of the business that are profitable,

20% of your business accounts for 80% of your earnings. Maybe you already know about them.

With the company's liquidation you get space and time to start over again.

Live now before it's too late.

People often cling to the years, the energy they put into business and they remain in the circle.

They have full hands of work and spin on the spot. 

We know that the period between the stages isn’t pleasant. Old is falling apart, new isn’t ready yet, the feeling of certainty is lacking, rules don’t work and the comfort zone is gone.

We help clients look at the situation in a wider context and model the best way for you!

A number of companies have been able to make the best of their difficult times and lay the foundations for their changeover.

It's always a matter of your approach and reaction. It's up to you how you handle it. You’ll discover new horizons with us.

What is the company liquidation process?

  • We’ll focus on critical points and the resulting pitfalls
  • We’ll reduce potential threats
  • We’ll analyse the closure of the company prior to liquidation
  • Audit if necessary
  • Subsequently, the company’s liquidator will be placed
  • In accordance with the applicable laws and regulations, asset-law relations will be settled against creditors, debtors, employees and the state administration, with the aim of achieving a liquidation balance, which will be distributed among the shareholders.

What do you get with company liquidation?

  • Especially space and time to focus on your priorities
  • You can always get money back
  • The time that you give to state and court officials will never be returned

Company liquidation is both a time and administrative demanding process,

we don’t recommend that you carry out the company's liquidation yourself.

Start living now as long as you still have the strength. Don’t waste time. Get rid of the ball and chain on around your ankle, get rid of the weights and become free.

"We have a family business, we produce furniture, and cheap imports from abroad and the financial crisis impacted our business.

Thanks to the restructuring and subsequent company liquidation, we were able to save the company’s functioning part. With our know-how in the field and the new strategy we continue doing business. We narrowed it down to the area where we have no competition. It’s no longer just a struggle for survival

and a price war with the competition. Work makes sense to me now and brings added value and makes life easier for people. Business can be fun when you do things in the right way. "

Time matters the most.

Let yourself be carried on the wings of freedom. Controlled company liquidation appears horrible at first glance.

It's not like that. Life is full of experience, some are big and some are smaller. From the big ones we take the greatest lessons and the biggest gain. Sometimes we find this out after time. Sometimes we have to change the angle of view.

The knowledge and gratitude for that experience always come.

Take a new chance, we’re here for you.
Keeping a firm up in times of bankruptcy requires decisiveness and the right timing.

ZENRON
"For better tomorrow"
 
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