One year after selling, 75% of business owners express regrets about their decision. Many are unprepared for the shift in identity and purpose, facing challenges in adjusting to life after the sale. Recognizing both the practical and emotional facets of business transition enables owners to be better prepared for what comes next. In this session, Laurie Barkman, author of “The Business Transition Handbook,” shares strategies to ensure you transition on your own terms, without regret.
In this program, you will learn:
- Why many owners express regret after selling
- The benefits of a transition mindset
- How to sidestep succession pitfalls
- Steps to enhance your personal exit readiness
Who should attend:
- Business owners: Entrepreneurs preparing for business transition.
- Next-generation family business leader: Individuals stepping into leadership roles within family businesses.
Speaker: Laurie Barkman, Business Transition and M&A Advisor
Laurie Barkman, the business transition sherpa, guides business owners in preparation for succession. As a Partner with Stony Hill Advisors, she offers valuation and M&A advisory services for sell-side transactions. Laurie is the esteemed author of the “Business Transition Handbook: How to Avoid Succession Pitfalls and Create Valuable Exit Options” and is also the host of the Succession Stories Podcast. With an MBA from Carnegie Mellon and a BS from Cornell, Laurie also holds a Certificate in Mergers and Acquisitions Advisory.
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