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XPX San Antonio is a vibrant group of advisors and professionals serving the San Antonio Business community. Whether it is growth, progression or succession, this group of advisors is helping business owners navigate the preparation, transition and post-succession planning.
The Exit Planning Exchange, or XPX, is a multispecialty organization for professionals who work with business owners. Unlike most such organizations, it is organized around the clients and the concept of cooperative working groups. Successfully exiting a company is complex, and requires coordination between multiple disciplines.
XPX fills a need by giving advisors an opportunity to better understand the skills of their colleagues, and how each team member’s work impacts the others.
While XPX is primarily a group of advisors, business owners find value in the networking, educational events and annual Summit. XPX San Antonio is growing and we welcome you to our association!
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If you are an advisor to owners and managers of companies in the lower middle market, XPX can be a powerful learning network for you! Our members represent twelve different professions but share core principles of collaboration, putting the client first, thinking long term, considering the human angle and continuous learning. Learn more about our membership benefits and options.
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