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Small Business Workplace Behavior: What CEOs Must Monitor

Less than a month before closing a business sale, a CEO learns his company is being sued for sexual harassment. Here are the lessons learned.

Understand EBITDA Before Selling Your Business

How can EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, Amortization) affect the value of a company and the price buyers pay for a business? Here are some answers.

Funding Stages: From Startups to IPOs

There are five major funding stages before you can plan on exiting through an IPO. Here’s a look at each stage.

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2019: The Best Year Ever to Sell Your Business?

If your company is prepared to go to market then sell now! You may not get another chance like this for another five to seven years, GEM Strategy Management predicts.

SMB Benchmarking: A Management Tool for Your Business

Benchmarking can be a difficult, time-consuming process. But you can leverage these business and financial databases to measure your company’s performance.

Structured Earnouts: Pros and Cons When Selling Your Business

A structured earnout explained, along with the pros and cons for both sellers and buyers, according to Gary Miller of GEM Strategy Management.

Selling Your Business To A Private Equity Firm: Seven Expectations

How will a private equity (PE) firm value your business & what should you expect when they examine your company? Here are seven considerations for owners & potential sellers.

Family Business Succession Planning

Should you acquire your family’s business from your parents? Find your answer with these eight succession planning considerations & tips.

How to Manage an Unsolicited Offer For Your Business

If you receive an unsolicited offer to buy your company, consider these seven merger, acquisition (M&A) and exit tips for small business entrepreneurs from Gary Miller.

Selling Your Company: Seven Tax Issues, Questions to Ask

If you’re selling your business, don’t agree to any aspects of a deal until after you meet with a competent tax adviser. Ask these seven questions and find out what you’ll net on an “after-tax” basis.