Scaling businesses to sell is my love language. Hear me out: there is no better feeling than when that deal closes, the sellers AND buyers walk away happy and the business transacts for top dollar because the sellers properly scaled it to sell.
Today, you’re in luck because I’m sharing my top 5 FREE tools to scale to sell your business for top dollar. So take a read, make sure you’re utilizing all of these tools, and feel free to grab a time on my schedule to talk about how I can help you scale to sell!
Hi, I’m Katie! You’ve probably heard a bit about me (since you are on my website) and I don’t know about you but I LOVE to really get to know folks like you on the internet in a way that they’re friends. I love to get into the nitty gritty and today, I’m in the hot seat!
I know, I know - no one likes to talk about themselves BUT I feel like my background and experience makes me such a vital asset to you and your small business and it’s about time you knew all about me, so without further ado let’s get into it - all about Katie!
Every day, we deal with a few acronyms to make communicating professional achievements easier: CPA, JD, MBA, MD, etc. Today I’m adding one more to that always-growing list: my recently acquired CEPA certification and what it means for me as well as you.
So, What Exactly Is CEPA and What Does It Qualify Me to Do?
So, you think you’re ready to sell your business but there are a few stops between deciding to sell and cashing that check. Where do you even start?
First, contact a CEPA (certified exit planning advisor and you just happen to know the best in me!) for any and all assessments - a strategic business analysis, a business valuation, and personal, financial, and business assessments.
Ah, 2022 - the start of a new year and all the hope that a new beginning brings. Even if January 1 didn’t bring you that shiny new slate you were hoping for, it’s never too late to start fresh and start planning for the year.
While we all hoped COVID would be long behind us by now, unfortunately we still have to deal with its business world impacts like closures, delays, and supply chain crises. But what does the virus mean for your business, specifically the sale of it?