Business owners, typically, don’t often (ever?) think about succession planning.
Nevertheless, it is critical for their families, staff and customers that they do.
O'Mahony discussed the issues business owners need to consider.
He also ran through a few scenarios and gave advice on how to deal with the issues arising from them.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
You need to run your business as if you’re about to sell it.— Barry O'Mahony
Don’t put your name to your business if you want to sell it.— Barry O'Mahony
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