Harvey Enchin of the Vancouver Sun did a story on the fact that boomer business owners say they want to retire in the next three to five years, which means selling their businesses but they have not prepared their companies to get the highest valuation. Hereâ€™s the story.
Donâ€™t you wish we could wake up tomorrow to gleaming news on the economy? News so bright and shiny you need your shades just dreaming about the possibilities for your company? Because right now it seems like Groundhogs day redux over and over. Bad news drips on to everything we deal with in life. Whereâ€™s the fresh shower to clean it all off? And it doesnâ€™t just smear your daily newspaper or favorite Internet site. The economyâ€™s trail of dirty news blows into your business and mucks with the bottom line. It muddies the minds of your star performers and puts powerful ideas on hold.
Obituary printed in the London Times â€“ Interesting and sadlyÂ rather true.
You will be gone through step-by-step evaluation process that will discover both strong and weak sides of your business. In such a way you will have a second opinion, fresh look at the current situation and as a consequence you will be able to take necessary actions if you think those are good points to apply.
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