Exit Strategy

Cashing Out: 3 Tips for Valuing and Preparing Your Business for Sale

The journey from founder to investor is a time where all of your hard work and dedication can bear fruit.

Peter Daisyme

4 Tips for a Happy Exit From the Company You Founded and Love

Selling your startup is something to celebrate. Complaining dishonors the awesomeness of the journey.

Simon Cohen

3 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make Setting Up Their Exit

Business owners commonly wait far too long to get the professional help needed to make the best of what they have built.

Ken Dunn

Follow These 8 Steps for Your Next Job After a Startup

The challenge for these entrepreneurs is to know when to exit, and how to do it smoothly.

Martin Zwilling

My Post-Acquisition Report Card

Planning your exit through a merger or acquisition takes a lot of study and preparation. Do your homework.

How to Make a Lucrative Business Exit From 5 Entrepreneurs Who've Done It

Long before you are ready to sell is the right time to begin getting the business ready to sell.

Thomas Smale

The High Costs of Your Exit Strategy

Whether it's a divorce or an M&A transaction, divesting can have lasting effects

Steph Wagner

The 6 Types of Buyers for Your Business

Educating yourself on each buyer type is one of the first steps in beginning to plan the sale of your company.

Peter Lehrman

Why You Need an Exit Strategy for Your Business

It turns out, without a detailed exit strategy, I have been working harder, not smarter, with no real plan for the end.

Reduce These 9 Startup Risks for a Better Shot at Investor Funding

Entrepreneurs can build leverage during negotiations by addressing these common causes of funders' anxieties.

Peter Gasca

Nonprofits, and Businesses, Can Be Self-Sustaining. Just Think 100 Years Ahead.

"Everything seems possible in a 100 years, so it's both useful and important to focus the big vision," says the head of a digital agency.

Adam Callinan

5 Things Business Owners Should Keep in Mind With Succession Planning

Being properly prepared puts the company leader in the best vantage point even if a sale is not immediately on the horizon.