A Tale of Two Owners: Achieving Exit Success Between Business Co-Owners

A Tale of Two Owners: Achieving Exit Success Between Business Co-Owners

A Tale of Two Owners is the fable of Al Beaman and Robert Gilmore, co-owners of a high successful IT service company.

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A Tale of Two Owners is the fable of Al Beaman and Robert Gilmore, co-owners of a high successful IT service company.

As is the case with so many business co-owners, they eventually realize their exit goals are incompatible. Al reaches a point where he wishes to sell the company for top dollar, while Robert not only does not want to sell, but desires to pass his ownership to his daughter Jessica. For the first time in their seventeen-year partnership, Al and Robert find themselves butting heads on the direction of their business.

In the second part of this book, Al and Robert are provided with “The Guide to Creating Co-Owner Exit Alignment,” which will ultimately lead both the business co-owners and readers to enlightened insights into the ways to plan for and achieve successful exits.

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Genre: Business & Money
Tag: Recommended Books
Publisher: BookLogix
Publication Year: 2016
Length: 209 pages
ASIN: B01MYMC3LG
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Patrick Ungashick

Patrick Ungashick is the CEO of NAVIX Consultants, a celebrated speaker on executive and business owner exit planning, and the author of A Tale of Two Owners: Achieving Exit Success Between Business Co-Owners. With his wealth of knowledge on exit planning, Patrick has provided exit advice and solutions to business owners and leaders for nearly thirty years. For more information on Patrick Ungashick please visit: www.NAVIXConsultants.com.

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