7 Myths About Selling Your Small Business | NFIB Free Webinar from NFIB Small Business on Vimeo.

Thinking about selling your business?? You’re not alone. Every year 5 – 10% of businesses are sold or merge with another company. Many myths circulate about selling your business, such as, “I will have to leave the company,” “I know what my company is worth,” and more. Not knowing the truth can cost you millions of dollars when it comes time to transition out of your company or partner with a financial investor.

Join us for this exciting, fast-paced presentation. We will debunk the top seven myths about selling your business, and provide real-world examples of what really happens during a merger or acquisition. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a proven pro who has guided hundreds of business owners through the most important decision in their business career.

Among the things you will learn in this program:

  • How company valuations are really determined
  • Crucial steps to prepare to sell your business
  • How to time the market to maximize company value
  • Understand the life cycle of every business
  • What my role will be after I sell my company
     

Get the facts on selling your business
(if ever that day should come!)
Watch the recording above.

Bonus!

All attendees will receive: A complete collection of The Capital Advisor, a series of articles written by Allegiance Capital President David Lonsdale forInc.com, a premier online resource for small and mid-size business owners. Covering topics from how to pick the perfect investor, to when you need a valuation, to 3 signs you’re ready to sell your company, these fun and informative articles are essential reading for any business owner who wants to understand how the middle market M&A industry works.

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Webinar Details
RecordedWed., May 8
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)
Duration: 1 hour (approx.)

John Sloan

John R. Sloan

For more than 25 years, John Sloan has served as chief executive officer for a number of private equity and venture capital organizations. To date, he has participated in financial transactions that have exceeded $6 billion in aggregate value for both public and private companies in a wide range of industries.

Highlights of Mr. Sloan’s career include serving as president and chief executive officer of The Thompson Company, a private investment company, owned by the founders of the Seven-Eleven convenience stores. His long-term relationship with the Thompson family resulted when he successfully served as senior advisor to the founders during The Southland Corporation leveraged buyout.

 

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