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June 4 - Learn how to plan your business exit on June 28 with SCORE

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June 4, 2018 - Join SCORE Savannah for a workshop on Thursday, June 28, and learn how to plan a successful, satisfying business exit. Part of SCORE's "Tools to Grow Your Business" series, this workshop will help you recognize and understand the key planning elements of exiting your business your way.

You’ve spent many years crafting and maturing your small business into a valuable asset. SCORE will explain your planning timetable and the necessary steps you should take now to position your business so as to achieve personal satisfaction and an attractive financial return. For those just starting out, keep these planning factors in mind as your business grows.

Speaker Allen Torpie will cover topics such as:

  • Understanding both the positives and the negatives of each of the several exit methods. Thoroughly understand your options to select the best one for you.

  • There are a number of ways to assess the fair market value of your business. This discussion may help you adjust some of your current business practices.

  • The recommended steps you should consider either planning or taking now to make your business as attractive as possible to prospective buyers.

  • Staying up to date on sales and tax related issues impacting the sale or transfer of your business. They should not become a surprise at sale time.

Following a successful 35-year business career Allen Torpie chose to volunteer as a business mentor with SCORE. Over the past 25 years he has served SCORE as a certified mentor, the Chapter Chair and the District Director in Georgia. He holds a B.S. degree from Union College and an MBA from MIT.

The session will be held on Thursday, June 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at SCORE, located at 111 E. Liberty St. This workshop is $10 for Chamber members, $15 for non-members. Limited seating is available, call SCORE at (912) 652-4335 for more information and to register. 

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