Critical Transition Planning Answers
This workshop is designed to help owners of privately-held businesses effectively position their businesses for sale. Along with outlining inevitable critical planning issues, this presentation gives you the proven strategies for maximizing value in the largest financial transaction you’ll ever face as a business owner.
Plain and simple, this in-depth workshop addresses the complexities in the answer to the often-asked question: When is the Right Time to Sell My Business?
By drawing on the expertise of the decades spent working with business owners just like you, #1 International Bestseller Rich Mowrey reveals the methods to build value, plan your exit, and personal assessment processes that are easy to understand and immediately use.
Who should attend?
This workshop is for you if you are a business owner, CEO, CFO, development executive, or a professional advisor who is interested in learning more about the crucial steps in the preparation for a business sale.
Because the reality is all owners of privately-held businesses will eventually be challenged with navigating the complexities in a planned or unplanned transaction.
Even if you’re contemplating a sale now or many years in the future, you can benefit from insights into the value enhancement process and the importance of personal readiness for an ownership change.
What you will learn?
A systematic approach for answering the paralyzing question of when to sell your business (even if you’ve never thought of this before)
How to discover what your business is actually worth
The little-known difference in value and price
The 7 elements all business buyers are secretly looking for and willing to pay top dollar for (you won’t have trouble finding leads when you know these)
How to determine the best time to sell – ensuring a quick and easy transaction
How your potential buyers assess operating risks (and what to do to minimize any perceived negatives in your business)
The key drivers for increasing the value of any business – regardless of your size, location, or years in operation
The difference between strategic and financial buyers (and how to choose which one is best for you)