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Find-a-Contractor Masonry Buyer's Guide

Preparing You and Your Business For A Successful Transition

Provider: Mason Contractors Association of America
Discipline: Ethics & Business Practices
Credits: 1.00

According to the SBA, over 40% of privately owned companies are considering a transition in the next 5 years and the primary reason for failure is a lack of planning.
With the excitement of starting a new business or taking over an existing business, it's easy to overlook the fact that one day, it may no longer fit into the current makings of your life. Whether you're looking to retire, try out a different venture, or to simply get out of an undesirable situation, starting a business with the end game in mind is an important part of the process.
In this fast-paced workshop Greg Lewis, Co-Founder of The Tennessee Center for Family Business, will help small business owners identify action items they can do right now to minimize their business risks, increase business value and improve their transition outcomes.
Transition Planning is a Process, not an Event
The importance of Having a Business Valuation
Four Exit Strategies to Consider
Develop a Contingency Plan NOW
Don't Retire, REFIRE!

For more information please visit or contact Mason Contractors Association of America at 800-536-2225.

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“The opportunity to ‘talk shop’ with other mason contractors is extremely valuable.”

Joe Bonifate
Arch Masonry & Restoration
MCAA member since 2012

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