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How To Prepare for a Job Interview

Job interviews can be very daunting for some people. Knowing how to approach an interview is vital in becoming the successful candidate for the position. Listed below are some tips on how to prepare for an upcoming job interview:

Research the Company:
This should be your first step in preparing for an interview. Thoroughly research all the different aspects of the company, including current information, the products they supply, the market they compete in, goals etc. Facts vs Fiction:
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Buying a Pharmacy - Sequence of Actions

What is the sequence of actions I should take if I need finance to buy a pharmacy — should I talk to my bank manager first (to find out what financial limits I face) or is it better to go to the Bank with a deal in mind?

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Selling your pharmacy - steps to a successful sale

For many pharmacy owners, they will need to seriously consider selling their pharmacy. Whether this is for personal reasons or forced on them by market conditions, they will need to approach the process with caution and take control. It's your money! It's also your retirement plan! These days, selling a business is harder than ever and the main reason is competition. Take control of the process and ensure that your business is being sold to the "best" and most qualified buyer.

For others, they will remain and take on the challenges facing pharmacy. These pharmacies are strong, robust, and viable. They will be able to grow and withstand the changes which will inevitably come!

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Succession Planning: an important strategy for wealth creation and the long term survival of independent community pharmacy

Succession planning refers to the process of progressively transferring ownership and control to another generation of owners. In essence, it aims to promote a win-win situation for vendor, entrant and industry as a whole. Long used by other professions, correctly managed, and with the right parties, it leads to improved values for the retiring owner and reduced risks for the incoming partner.

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Many pharmacy owners, as a practical alternative to business sale, are adopting succession planning which involves the progressive transfer of ownership. Long used by other professions, correctly managed, and with the right parties, it leads to improved values for the retiring owner and reduced risks for the incoming partner. Ultimately it's a process not an event and requires careful execution of a number of steps. It also must be tailored to the objectives of each partner; new and old. Once completed, often the process starts again with another generation.
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