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Succession Planning

Are you prepared for the next stage in the evolution of your franchise business? Exit strategies and retirement planning can include building a legacy organization to pass on to your children; taking on a partner and phasing out of the business; selling to the highest bidder and walking away; or selling to managers or a buyer most likely to retain the culture and team you’ve so painstakingly built over the years.

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Succession planning tips and advice from those who've already done it.
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A succession planning criteria that goes well beyond operational efficiency.
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You Need To Be Planning With 'The End' In Mind. You Have A Responsibility To The Organization To Prepare For Your Eventual Exit.
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Now is the time to plan for, protect, and and empower your business for growth.
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