How to Buy or Sell a Business Workshop - Livonia
The “silver tsunami” of retiring Boomer business owners is in full force, while, at the same time, Gen X and the Millennials are seeking opportunities to enter the entrepreneurial space. Whether you’re seeking to buy or sell a business, this workshop will prepare you to successfully navigate the process as well as connect with experts who can assist you throughout all phases of the transition. Join us as MI-SBDC presents the "How to Buy or Sell a Business Workshop," where consultants and industry experts share tips, tools, and tactics to help ensure the success of your transaction and the transition process. Together, buyers and sellers will discover: • First steps in determining whether to buy or sell a business • How to maximize the value of your business • How to market your business and how to find a business for sale • How to form a Transition Team of experts to help you buy or sell a business • How to create a Transition Plan to keep you on track for success • The basics of valuation, due diligence, brokers, and financing • Implications for tax, retirement, and estate planning • Keys to successfully transitioning a business to new ownership • Post-acquisition planning, change management, and company culture The workshop will conclude with a Panel Discussion by industry experts and business buyers and sellers who will share their knowledge and experiences. Breakfast, lunch, and resource materials are included.
Speaker(s): MI SBDC Business Growth Consultants and Partners
Co-Sponsor(s): Michigan Certified Development Corporation (MCDC)
NOTE: The workshop will be held in the VisTaTech Center building at the N end of the college campus. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested at least two weeks in advance. Please contact the SBDC of Schoolcraft College at (734) 462-4438 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements. The Michigan SBDC program is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration. All MI-SBDC programs or co-sponsored programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.
Fee: $ 75.00