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The past year has been tough for smaller operators as the impact of technology continues to increase and businesses struggle with significant fixed costs that may not be achieving a realistic return on investment. Airbnb is here to stay and traditional accommodation providers (motels and serviced apartments) are under pressure.
For businesses that are struggling now, the prognosis is not great, and without significant change there is unlikely a panacea to the improvement of the business. It’s been no surprise that more active and present owners have been more willing and able to adapt, making for businesses that fair better through market changes or periods of decline.
Restructuring a business is generally a step towards the end of a period of uncertainty, creditors, stakeholders, staff and the owners are on tenterhooks, communication is generally stressed or non existent and it’s now necessary to re-engage. Often in the lead up to a restructure there has been a period of mixed communication, business owners accentuating the good often to the detriment of the bad.
Whether you’ve been in business for years or you’re just starting out, choosing the right structure for your business is important. It is a consideration that is not only important from the start, but as your business grows and develops.