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What to consider when planning your business exit

Are you prepared for how you will exit your business?

Download this guide to learn nine key things you should consider when planning your exit strategy.

A business exit strategy is effectively how a business owner or leader plans to leave their business.

We’ve heard people say it time and time again:

“I don’t need an exit strategy. I’ll run my business until I’m done and then sell it on.”

Successful business owners can provide for their families and run fantastic businesses. However, if they don’t plan their
exit, they can seriously underestimate how unrealistic their expectations of “just selling it” can be.

By taking inspiration from Bo Burlingham’s book, Finish Big, we’ve put together this guide to help those looking to exit.

Download the guide

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