Poised For Exit: A Woman Entrepreneur's Guide to Business Transition
Updated: Nov 3, 2022
This week, on our podcast, we interviewed author Julie Keyes about her CEPA book, 'Poised For Exit'! Check out the synopsis below, and keep scrolling to find out where to buy it!
"Regardless of your age, gender, industry, or company size, you will eventually need to exit from your business. How well you exit is largely dependent upon how well and early you plan. This book is meant to help prepare you and your firm for an exit based on your own terms.
Your business exit will likely be the biggest financial transaction of your life, and for the majority, you have one shot at doing it right. The tools and checklists in this book are meant to help you lay some of the groundwork. It will also give you a guide for what comes after an exit."
FIND JULIE'S BOOK HERE: https://amzn.to/3T0s85u
ABOUT JULIE KEYES
Julie Keyes is the founder and owner of KeyeStrategies, LLC and has been an entrepreneur the majority of her life. As the founder and operator of several companies, she understands what keeps an owner up at night and the balancing act required to work both ‘in’ and ‘on’ the business. Having outside perspective and mentoring made all the difference for her, as she spent years growing and improving her companies before selling and becoming a business adviser in 2011.
As a Certified Exit Planning Adviser and Value Growth Adviser, she works with business owners who seek to understand and maximize their exit and critical transition options. She is the President Emeritus of the Exit Planning Institute Twin Cities Metro Area Chapter (2016-2020) and a faculty member for their CEPA Program. In addition, Julie was awarded EPI’s 2017 “Leader of Year”. Her speaking engagements bring her across the country delivering her exit planning expertise to owner and adviser groups alike.
When she’s not advising business owners and advisers, you can find her doing something fun outdoors with her family. She and her husband, Shaun have 8 children and spend as much time with them and their grandchildren as possible.