Commercial Management Specialists

 

 

 

We’ll take care of your contracts and commercial relationships, so you only take the risks you choose

 
  • Commercial Strategy
  • Contract Drafting and Review
  • Negotiation
  • Buying and Selling Companies

When it comes to contracts and commercial relationships, crossing your fingers is not a strategy!

Let us help you achieve...

Minimised Litigation Risks

Peace of Mind

Improved Cashflow

Less Scope Creep

Reduced Costs

Protected Reputation

Partner with the contract and commercial specialists

  • With over 16 years of experience in areas like technology, engineering, health, professional services, defence  and telecoms, we understand business.

 

  • Our motivated team of qualified specialist consultants finds creative, practical solutions to your contractual problems.
  • We improve complex business relationships with our field tested approach to contract management.
  • We’ll only do work that adds value, to grow your business and keep you legally compliant.
"...we have been impressed with the breadth and depth of the services which has ranged from face to face contract negotiation, full contract review through to advice and transaction of demerger and other important company agreements.

Alongside this, the staff at Devant remain accessible and on hand providing a ‘virtual legal department’ as an extension to our company operations, and offering professional but pragmatic advice on various commercial and legal matters, including GDPR, legislative updates and company structure."
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Steve Elcock
CEO, Succeed

What can we do for you?

HOW IT WORKS

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We’ll listen to your issues and propose cost effective solutions.

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Benefit from the commercial and contract insights your business needs to flourish.

"(Devant) gives pragmatic guidance that sets them apart from other firms which just give legal advice.”
Matthew Goulden
Hypertrak

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