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The Exit Journey: Preparing for scale, sale, and beyond

Tuesday, 6 November 2018 13:38 PM | EXIT & SUCCESSION PLANNING OPERATIONS & LEGAL LEADERSHIP FINANCE

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The first step to getting the best exit result is having a clear vision of what you want to achieve. This guide is designed to help founders understand the questions they need to ask early enough for the best outcome.

The Exit Journey: Preparing for scale, sale, and beyond has been produced by The Supper Club to help founders of scaling SMEs understand different exit options and how to prepare their business for investment or acquisition. This updated guide presents a comprehensive tour through the process, from positioning for the right investor or buyer to building a portfolio career after sale.

Produced in partnership with Carrier, Cavendish Corporate Finance, Inflexion Private Equity and RBC Wealth Management, this guide presents professional advice alongside real life case studies from members of The Supper Club for each stage of the process. To download The Exit Journey please click the button below.

You may also be interested in our blog post on Finding a New Purpose After Exit.

For press enquiries or to arrange an interview with contributors to The Exit Journey, please email Charlie Simon, PR Manager, at c.simon@thesupperclub.com  

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