Did you know only 30% of businesses last into the second generation, 12% remain viable into the third, and 3% operate into the fourth generation and beyond? And that the hard work you are doing every day "in" your business might be preventing you from doing the work "on" your business to prepare for the future?
The big question you need to consider:
"Are you creating a business that is transferable?"
By attending this program, you will gain actionable thoughts and ideas that will enable you to unlock your transferable value and get the most out of your business. This powerful interactive workshop is designed to illuminate the key characteristics that define a practice's true transferability - to new management, a new generation or a new owner.
Paul Lally, Lead Partner, Business Transition Group
Paul Lally leads Wipfli's business transition group, specializing in transition and succession planning for business owners.
Leveraging 28 years of experience, he assists clients in making sound decisions as they navigate the growth and perpetuation of their business. As an industry speaker, Lally is known for his lively, on-target delivery of timely topics, practical strategies and thought-provoking insights. He has delivered keynote speeches to thousands of executives from a multitude of companies.
Lally has extensive knowledge of industry trends, the transformations going on within various companies and the realities of operating a privately owned company in today's market.
Lally's areas of focus include:
Lally has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Widener University and resides in Media, PA.
- Strategic business planning
- Succession planning
- Transition planning
- Buy-side advice
- Sell-side advice
- Merger consulting
- Intercompany transfers/buyout planning
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