Where’s the Exit
Selling your business is the ultimate goal of every business owner. You’ve spent years creating something from nothing, investing hours of sweat equity in building it from the ground up, planning every detail, big and small. Now it’s time to let go, to make a graceful and hopefully profitable exit. Of course that’s assuming you can sell your business at all.
- The typical business owner wants to sell after 5 years
- Only 20% of businesses on the market actually sell
- Learn 4 common mistakes that business owners make and how to fix them
Author: Michael Lefkowitz CBI, M&AMI
Publication Date: June 2009
Page Count: 80
Topics: Business Exit Planning
Price: $24.95 (Regular) plus S&H ($5.00)
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Here’s what others are saying about Where’s The Exit:
Where’s the Exit really hits home for the business owner. Michael Lefkowitz provides us with an easy-to-read roadmap for successful and long-term business planning. It’s a must-read for everyone who owns a business – new or old!
-Gina F. Rubel, Esq.
Furia Rubel Communications, Inc.
The book is outstanding. It is a must-read for anyone considering selling their business either now or in the future. It really answers all of the things that are going through the business owner’s mind when considering selling their business and the steps needed to maximize the value. It lets the seller know what a deep understanding you have of the seller’s emotions and what they are going through. I had read several books on this topic, but none seem to have captured the emotions of the seller. This was direct and to the point. You really nailed it.
President, Ace Designs, Inc.
Michael has shown you the way and the method to sell your business. Common sense is the best tool for the entrepreneur. Michael, thanks for providing prospective sellers with an easy-to-understand, commonsense approach to their businesses.
-Mark Zinman, CPA
President, Zinman and Company
As a former “corporate refugee” and now a current business owner, I used the concepts in the book to grow my business, not just position it for future sale. While Michael’s book is intended for the seller, I recommend this book for every individual buyer looking to live the American dream.
President, Ward Services