Bethan Jepson is an award-winning entrepreneur who has grown multiple six-figure companies, from legal to recruitment and is now a partner with Allied global engineering where Bethan and her team acquire engineering businesses from retiring founders, having already acquired two businesses in the past 12 months that turn over £4.7 million.
Bethan is here to talk about entrepreneurship and acquiring established businesses from retiring founders as a means of generating outsized returns.
Bethan talks about her entrepreneurial journey, exploring different business ventures before coming across the idea of buying established, already successful engineering businesses with her Farther and business partner David Jepson. On top of all that Bethan is also the host of the Millionaire secrets podcast and founder of women in engineering, and the success circle network.
0:00 to 2:50 Introduction
2:51 to 14:30 Bethans background and extensive journey so far.
14:31 to 20:15 Exploring and developing new business ventures.
20:16 to 33:57 Taking the first steps towards buying an established business.
33:58 to 36:50 Buying established businesses from retiring founders
36:51 to 44:05 Why focus on buying engineering businesses.
44:06 to 48:17 Dealing with failed acquisitions.
48:18 to 51:15 What is the overall business acquisition plan?
51:16 to 58:05 Can private investors get involved as an extra source of income?
58:06 to 59:40 Where to follow and connect with Bethan Jepson
Hope you enjoy and have a wonderful day.
The FYR team.
Guest Links & Resources:
Bethan Jepson's Website: https://www.bethanjepson.com/
Allied Global Engineering https://www.alliedglobalengineering.com/
Success Circle Network: https://www.facebook.com/groups/successcirclenetwork
Bethan Jepson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bethan-jepson/
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