For the last two shows we spent some time talking about this topic of transitioning a business from the owner’s perspective. Tonight, we flipped the script to talk about it from the next generation’s standpoint. While some of the questions are similar the perspective and decisions will be different
Tonight is the second part of a show we started last week to talk about how to transition the business from one generation to the next. These two shows are geared to the current owner and questions and concerns they have. Net week we will get into questions from the next generation’s standpoint, but this week and last week’s shows should be helpful for you as well.
This episode was designed to be the first of a 2-part series focused on helping both current owners and potential next generation owners figure out how to transition the business. Well, we only got about half way through the questions for the current owner this week so we will cover the second half in next week’s show. After that we will get into questions from the next generation’s standpoint.
When you start your own business, you hardly ever fast forward ahead to ask yourself: How do I transition my business to the next generation? And when the time is right, probably about 20-30 years down the road, most small business owners don’t have a clue as to the right way to go about handing […]
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Jack Mencini and Adam Sonnhalter, coaches with Maximum Value Partners (MVP) www.maximumvp.com know that small business owners are faced with numerous questions and challenges day in and day out. With over 15 years of coaching business owners (and having owned many small businesses themselves), Jack and Adam have heard all the stories and questions that […]
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