Geauga Growth Partnership Presents: Preparing your Family and Business for Growth and Transition

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Featured Presenters: Linda Brown, Ph.D., Owner, Partners for Organizations Success and Richard Tanner, President & Founder, Ownership Advisors, Inc. Presenter Information

Friday, May 19, 2017
7:30 a.m. networking & light breakfast
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. presentation
Kent State University at Geauga
14111 Claridon-Troy Road, Burton 44021

Family-run businesses are the backbone of America’s economy and account for an estimated 60-percent of total U.S. employment, 68-percent of all new jobs and 65-percent of wages paid.

If you are involved in a family-owned business, you know it is not always easy. According to The Boston Globe, only 40-percent of family-owned businesses survive to the second generation, 12-percent to the third, and 3-percent to the fourth.

Learn from industry experts on how to address sensitive family issues in ways that create confidence and clarity while strengthening your business and making it more sustainable for future generations or more valuable to a potential buyer.

  • Hear actual case studies
  • Hear how to protect and grow your enterprise value
  • Learn how successful families determine roles of family and non-family members
  • Take away tools to help you assess your own exit readiness and how to plan for it

Register Today

This is a complimentary program, but registration is appreciated. Geauga Growth Partnership, Inc. is a 501(c)3 business-led organization dedicated to the retention, growth and attraction of jobs, investment and economic growth in Geauga County. For more scheduled programs, visit Geauga Growth Partnership

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