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Preparing the transition of your business can create different exit planning roadmaps depending on the state of your business or who’s at your final destination. Will it be a key member(s) of your management team or will you be succeeded by family? Regardless of your path, the main driver to make the transaction successful is beginning the planning process early to ensure the transition is clearly defined and properly communicated to all parties involved. When exploring options to transfer the ownership of your business internally, consider these four key factors.READ NOW
At any given point, a business basically has three strategic alternatives to consider – pursuing growth, restructuring to bring in more cash or selling the business – each has its own risks and rewards for the owner to consider. Managing Director Jennifer Mailhes further explores these options.READ NOW
While the impact of recent tax reform on the mergers and acquisitions market remains largely to be seen, it is expected to affect a multitude of factors in the sale of a business, from valuations, to negotiations, to how deals are structured.READ NOW
The right time to sell a business depends on a variety of factors, from the owner’s personal readiness, to outside macroeconomic conditions, to a host of considerations within the business. Too often, the investment bankers at Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors see unprepared businesses entering the sale process because of unexpected events such as a partner dispute or an owner’s death that may result in less value for the company. While entrepreneurs cannot control market conditions, by understanding what makes a business saleable, they can be better prepared for sale due to an unexpected event or even to capitalize when the market is right. Doeren Mayhew shares six ideas to consider.READ NOW
Transferring a family business to the next generation requires a delicate balancing act. Gain insight on how to transition your business to the next generation and strategies to ensure your business thrives beyond your exit.READ NOW