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When entering a business, consider your exit – Propelify Innovation Festival

The right time to be thinking about selling a business is before you start it, because decisions you make early on can help maximize your future value and attractiveness to potential buyers. Some areas you should be thinking about are (1) entity structure, (2) operational structure, and (3) books and records.

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Clear thinking here. This brief piece should convince you to pick up the phone and ask EGS to schedule a courtesy consultation to get the ball rolling.

Exit ready | Exploring your options for an exit

Choosing the direction of your business’s future needs to be considered carefully. This video outlines the most common routes for an exit.

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Our colleagues in Great Britain often provide good exit strategy insight that is useful for North American firms. You’ll enjoy this video, and the accents. Enjoy, then contact EGS for un-accented expert help.

Your Business Exit Strategy-Sink or Swim? 

 The biggest reason why businesses fail to establish a system to assume a smooth exit from their business? Lack of planning! With proper planning, you can create a successful and effective strategic plan. Here are key steps which will guide you on a path of a successful exit.

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Another checklist from a respected large accounting firm serving the Northeast U.S. The key point is planning, EGS’ speciality. We’ve got a courtesy consultation available to help you get started.

The Owner’s Emotional Journey: Lessons Before, During and After the Sale of a Business

Mature businesswoman by laptop in office

One of the most common regrets we hear from business owners is that they waited too long before planning their exit. Having a well-designed plan helps ensure that an exit is not made on other people’s terms — such as selling to the first suitor who comes in the door.

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Lovely article with good insight into the consequences of not planning an exit strategy. If you see yourself here, contact EGS now to boostrap the correct methodologies.

Get the Right Candidate When Developing An Exit Strategy Business Plan

If you are a business owner who is considering retiring or leaving your business, you’ll want to start to think about business exit strategy planning. Often one of the first steps… is looking for a suitable individual to recruit as their successor or replacement. But what is the best way of searching for, identifying, and recruiting the perfect person for you and your business?

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Here’s a British headhunter’s view of how to find… me and EGS. Good insight here, and EGS stand ready to take the reins and get the job started all the way to the finish.

The Importance of Exit Planning for Small Business

It’s estimated that 75 percent of business owners regret selling their businesses within the first year.

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The writer of this article is my mental doppelganger. He’s on the West Coast and I’m on the East Coast. Absorb his sage insight, then give him or me a call to get your exit planning ball rolling.

The Five Years’ Fallacy: Exit Planning Facts vs Fiction

Much of the conventional wisdom suggests you should start serious planning no earlier than five years before you are ready to exit. This misperception is so common; we call it the Five Years’ Fallacy.

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Initially, the title of this article was contra-intuitive. But a quick read makes it the opposite: Five Years is too little time for most businesses. EGS teaches Begin with the end In Mind.  Happy holidays to all.

Top 7 exit strategies for your business – AU BizBuySell

While the number of bankruptcies across Australian businesses has dropped since mid 2014, there are still around 500 companies a month going under, according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

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Very short article from Australia offers worthwhile reminders to stave off “going under.” The key is planning first, execution next. Both of these are core capabilities at EGS.

How to Sell Your Business – Transition360 Business Development & Broker

One size does not fit all…
Every company is different, so as a result various phases are used depending on the need to optimize the value and the transition of a business from the owner to the buyer with little or no stress.

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Here’s a quick but clean view into the selling process from a Seattle agency. We’re particularly fond of the short section on Exit Planning. It’s some of what we do best at EGS.

A One Year Exit Strategy Plan – Quiet Light Brokerage

Planning matters. Even if you have no intention of selling your website, positioning it correctly in the event that you one day need to sell can result in a significant difference in your overall value.

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Although this article is about preparing a WEBSITE for sale, many of the enumerated tasks apply to all businesses. It’s complicated, too. EGS is your ally to de-complicate.