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David Shavzin of The Value Track is a member of XPX Atlanta

When do I start my exit planning and how much is my company worth? We have gotten these questions for decades, especially from Baby Boomers. Sometimes it comes across casually: “So what do you think, should I start my exit plan 2 years ahead, maybe 3 years ahead?” They often ask knowing the answer. They are trying…

By Tom Aiken While more companies transact and store their business off premises, SaaS companies have seen a run up in their valuations. Since 2015, the SaaS market continues to grow—18% annually—while 99% of organizations are using at least one cloud solution to drive demand. From an investor perspective, SaaS companies provide a dependable revenue…

Stephen Davis of Safe Harbor Asset Management is a member of XPX Tri-State

As a business owner, you’ve spent years building and ensuring your company’s success.  For most, it came at the cost of sacrificing time away from family, experiencing financial burdens to cover operations, and enduring the emotional toll it takes is dedication. Given what it took, it must hurt when you find out you have a…

Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX

Program produced by XPX Atlanta. Mechanics of a deal directly influence whether a seller’s financial goals can be achieved. Learn from experienced advisors how to optimize each step of the business sale process to ensure a successful transaction and maximize total proceeds from the deal. Moderator: Barry SelvidgePartnerNewport LLC With over 30 years of experience…

Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX

Program produced by XPX Philadelphia. For our April program, we explore the challenges associated with negotiating working capital. Our panel discussion will provide insights from dealmakers, financial advisors and legal experts how to navigate the working capital negotiations both before and after the sale. The case study is based on a $40M, privately held, family…

Matt Dimock of International Exit Planning Association is a member of XPX Greater Boston

Business owners typically think in ‘binary’ terms, believing that there are only two options for involvement in their privately held business, most commonly expressed as “I am either all in, or I am out.” Owners who experience an exit planning process expand this thinking to realize that a multitude of options exist, and moreover, many…

Lizabeth Wesely-Casella of L-12 Services LLC is a member of XPX DC Metro

It wasn’t too long ago that people around the world were focused on something that brings us together, the Olympic games. I sat at dinner the other night with the father of an Olympian, and I asked him about the lengths to which the guardians (coaches, trainers, doctors, etc.) limit distractions and “noise” surrounding the…

Craig Decker of Alex. Brown is a member of XPX Maryland

  April 11, 2022                                                                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Craig Decker, 410.525.6208      www.DeckerGlobalWealth.com XPX MARYLAND MEMBER CRAIG DECKER NAMED TO FORBES’ LIST OF BEST-IN-STATE WEALTH ADVISORS  Annapolis, MD – Craig Decker, Managing Director, of Alex. Brown/Decker Global Wealth Group located at 2077 Somerville Road, Suite 320, Annapolis, Maryland 21401 was among the Raymond…

Matt Dimock of International Exit Planning Association is a member of XPX Greater Boston

After fifteen (15) years of training advisors and working with business owners, the IEPA has been involved with more than 100 exit plans. One of our learnings is that the business owner was better prepared and got a better result from their exit when they engaged in an exit planning process prior to commencing their…

Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX

Program produced by XPX Philadelphia. In this program we continue to explore the journey to exit of a $40M, privately held, family-owned Manufacturing Company. This next session is designed to share knowledge, build relationship within XPX Philadelphia and learn from our shared values and experience. In this next session we will explore the exit from…

Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX

Program produced by XPX Tri-State. The Exit Planning Exchange (“XPX”) Tri-State – covering New York (New York City & Long Island), Connecticut (Fairfield & Hartford), and New Jersey – is holding a regional virtual event from 4-6PM on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 to examine the three main aspects that influence a deal – business environment,…

Matt Dimock of International Exit Planning Association is a member of XPX Greater Boston

With the Great Resignation driving so many business owners to seek the counsel of exit planners, the International Exit Planning Association (“IEPA”) wants to share exit planning experiences from over one hundred (100) engagements.  Our mission is to assist advisors and consultants who work with business owners to have the knowledge and resources to conduct…

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David Shavzin of The Value Track is a member of XPX Atlanta

When do I start my exit planning and how much is my company worth? We have gotten these questions for decades, especially from Baby Boomers. Sometimes it comes across casually: “So what do you think, should I start my exit plan 2 years ahead, maybe 3 years ahead?” They often ask knowing the answer. They are trying…

Maria Forbes of FIREPOWER Business Catalyst, LLC. is a member of XPX Atlanta

When a valuable employee tells you that they’ve received a job offer from another company, making a counteroffer may seem like a no-brainer.  But before you do, consider these potential downsides. If you are throwing money at jobs, think twice. Owners that have not paid attention to employee compensation on an annual basis will now…

By Tom Aiken While more companies transact and store their business off premises, SaaS companies have seen a run up in their valuations. Since 2015, the SaaS market continues to grow—18% annually—while 99% of organizations are using at least one cloud solution to drive demand. From an investor perspective, SaaS companies provide a dependable revenue…

Paul Cronin of True North Advisors Group, LLC is a member of XPX Greater Boston

Many business owners wonder, “What will I do after I sell my business?” While most envision travel, or golf, etc., many fail to understand that they will likely have to stay on board for months or even a couple years to transition the business to the new owners. This period can be hard for many…

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