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2018 Maximizing Your Business Value Series | Nashville

Hosted in Nashville

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

7:30 am - 11:35 am

 

 

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No risk, no reward.

Selling a business. It’s not easy. Nor is it painless.

But — if executed masterfully? The returns can be life-changing.

This four-part program details every phase of the sales process.

From knowing what you want, to taking the necessary steps to get it. The key components presented will help you prepare, increase the health and value of your company, and maximize your chances of success.

Red flags loom far less threatening when you are primed to anticipate them.

Take advantage of this comprehensive opportunity to ask critical questions, and gain expert insight to make informed decisions.

Don’t sell your business without completing this program. Register now for the full event series (and save over $100!) or, select only the events that most interest you:

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Part 1: Understanding the process
September 26, 2018
Members: $129
Guests: $149
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Part 2: Inside the mind of a buyer
November 13, 2018
Members: $129
Guests: $149
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Part 3: Going to market and negotiations
December 7, 2018
Members: $129
Guests: $149
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Part 4: After the sale
February 5, 2019
Members: $129
Guests: $149

Why Attend :

Do not miss an informative dual presentation from proven experts, Jim Cumbee, founder and managing director of Tennessee Valley Group; and Gary Rzucidlo, VP and Certified Exit Planning Advisor at BNY Mellon Wealth Management.

Selling your business A to Z: When, how, to whom and why

Selling a business. It’s one of the most important things a business owner will ever do — but the catalyst of the sale is often external factors over which the owner has no control. That’s why it’s important to prepare to sell your business even before you think you want to sell. In this presentation you will learn:

  • How to know it’s the right time to sell.
  • How your company is valued and what you can do to increase its value.
  • Where to assemble the resources to help you through the process.
  • Important considerations that impact life after the sale.

Agenda | Part 1: Understanding the process

Omni Nashville Hotel
 

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Location

Omni Nashville Hotel
250 5th Ave S
Nashville, TN
 

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