Food Safety Due Diligence: Identify Risks Before Selling or Investing
This webinar, presented by SGS, explores the specific risks and liabilities that can be uncovered in the due diligence process when selling or buying a company that produces a food product, health or nutritional supplement.
Jul 08, 2019, 22:00
Jul 08, 2019, 22:00
The objective of this webinar (45-minute presentation / 15-minute Q&A) is to help quality professionals, company leaders, investment groups and the legal community identify specific risks related to the food and supplement industry that can impact cost and liability when preparing to sell or buy a company. SGS will provide solutions to help improve your preparation for the due diligence process and help your company to be positioned better for acquisition, or to help the acquiring company minimize risk in the acquisition process.
- Overview of technical and social due diligence process in food and food related companies
- Summary, case studies and explanation of the most common deficiencies uncovered in the due diligence process
- Corrective action plan to position your company for acquisition, whether buying or selling
SGS has been instrumental in conducting due diligence evaluations for several food and food product related companies. With the benefit of our vast experience, we offer you this webinar to help you understand common items that may be overlooked in a technical and social evaluation of your company. We will provide advice and suggestions on risk mitigation, company portfolio preparation and regulatory guidance to enhance the process and enable you to obtain a financial advantage in the acquisition process.
This webinar is aimed at food and food product company executives, quality directors, legal advisors, consultants, and investors who are considering buying, selling or a partnership arrangement. It addresses risks and liabilities associated with FSMA compliance, and social and legal risks in the food and dietary supplement industries.
The webinar is particularly applicable to private companies that intend to seek investment capital for growth and are preparing for sale or partnership in fast growing industries, such as health foods, organic products and nutraceuticals.
Cost: No Charge
Cherie Gudz – Vice President of SGS Food Sales and Marketing in North America
Jennifer Lott – Food Technical Manager
For more information, please contact
t: 973 461 1498