Operation Exit Strategy

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Discover the secrets of executing a successful exit strategy with the help of Brandon Jacob, a CPA who has dedicated his career to assisting businesses owners understanding the value, preparing for the transition and navigating through the hidden minefields that lay between an entrepreneur and the successful sale of his business.

The most important day of any business is the day in which the owner successfully transitions his business. The sale may be to a strategic buyer, an investor, another entrepreneur, to a family member or even an employee. Regardless who purchases the business; a successful sale is only possible supported by the formulation and execution of an exit strategy. Gaining an understanding of how to prepare for the sale of your business and the risks associated with unsuccessful attempts are valuable and critical pieces of information that will ensure the sale is successful.

Operation Exit Strategy takes the business owner through mission critical steps in preparing his business for sale. Drawing parallels to the Allied Invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944 (D-Day), Operation Exit Strategy drives home the importance of not only planning, but timing as well. The fate of the free world does not hinge your ability the successfully transition your business, its much more important than that! Successfully selling your business means maximizing the return on your investment of time and money that you have undoubtingly poured into the profitable enterprise. Like D-Day where planning resulted in a successful invasion of Europe, planning for the sale of your business will ultimately meant the difference between success and failure.

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Brandon Jacob’s career spans 23 years and includes extensive experience in business valuations, mergers and acquisitions, profit improvements, finance and accounting. Specific to the air conditioning and plumbing contracting trades, Brandon has 18 years of assisting in the sale and purchase of contracting businesses ranging from $100,000 to $50,000,000 in annual revenues.

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