Category: Exit Strategies

5 Things to Consider Before Valuing Your Business

When it is time to sell your company, or a private equity group approaches you with interest, you must consider how to go about a process that insures you can define and meet your transition goals. Bo Burlingham in his book Finish Big raises some steps to defining a happy or relative happy exit from… Read more »

How Employee Vacations Can Benefit Your Business

A vital part of evaluating a company’s internal controls is to verify that employees actually take their vacations. In today’s work environment, some employees may believe that foregoing their vacations proves that they are dedicated and hard-working. It is often considered a badge of honor to take very little, if any, time off.  Even though… Read more »

The Annual Budget is Obsolete

I dislike the word budget. It suggests limitations, promotes a scarcity mentality and perhaps worst of all, it is boring. When is the last time you asked someone how things were going at work and they enthusiastically responded with “Fantastic! – I love the budgeting season, can’t wait to get started”? I believe most small… Read more »

B2B CFO Extends Leadership Position in Mid-Market Business Transitions

Source: Finance.Yahoo.com Company sees widespread adoption of its proprietary exit strategy software, increased demand for expertise as owners of mid-market companies struggle to sell their businesses MESA, Ariz. [Business Wire] – B2B CFO, nation’s largest CFO and business transitions services firm, today released a summary of its Partners expertise in exit strategy leadership, highlighting a… Read more »