Wendy Heyes

Business Owners – do you really want to ‘die with your boots on’ without a good plan in place?

Who are you?

You are a successful small- to medium-sized business owner based around the North West, perhaps with fellow directors or partners. You are in your 30’s-50’s and have done well for yourself building a company you are proud of and still a bit obsessed with. You don’t have a lot of time for social media, are generally very busy and have a good sense of humour. You value good advice but don’t suffer fools – in fact some might find you a bit direct and intimidating. You like to deal with people who take problems off your plate and help to solve them, preferring a no-nonsense, to-the-point approach. You work hard and play hard and want a plan in place just in case something horrible happens.

Key questions you should be asking yourself as a business owner:

  • Do you worry about what will happen to your family and your business if you weren’t around due to death or illness?
  • Do you have owners or employees who are integral to the growth and profitability of your business?
  • Would the loss of you or a key person have a severe impact on the company’s ability to trade or repay loans and debts?
  • Would you want the business to be sold or give employees/partners/family members a share, or would you want to name a successor?
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If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above then you will really benefit from a meeting with Wendy.

Not sure where to start ?

Why should you listen to me?

No Nonsense

Wendy has a light-hearted, no bull approach which is well received by her clients, who may be asked to answer some uncomfortable questions on occasion!

Proven Experience

As a director of a multi-million pound turnover UK manufacturing company for over 20 years, Wendy is an expert in her field.


Wendy understands the challenges of running a business and has the necessary legal and financial background to produce Contingency and Succession plans for business owners.

Peace of Mind

Wendy finds a balance between being there for everyone and supporting them, but also ensuring things move forward in the best way possible.


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