Exiting your business

Is your business very busy getting a lot of stuff done - but not sure where it's heading? This week's guaranteed-under-two-minute read helps look more strategically at your business and give it some direction.

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Never too young
For many business owners, selling the business is a big part of funding their retirement - but it can take several years to groom the business to get top dollar. For those looking to move on in the near - or not so near - future, Phil Astley has some sound advice.

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Buying a franchise can be a shortcut to starting a successful business - but it's not without pitfalls. Kirsten Ferguson has some sound advice for would-be franchisees

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Succession planning is an essential part of growing your business, if you plan to exit it at some point. No matter whether it's a small family business or a bigger enterprise, Sharn Rayner offers some food for thought.

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Exiting your business
If you are thinking of selling your business, it pays to make sure the timing is in your best interests. Richard O'Brien has some tips

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Exiting your business should be part of your strategy from day one, but far too many owners leave thinking about how they will move on from the business until too late. Sue Hirst has some sensible advice.

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Are you going to work in your business forever? Robert Gerrish has some great tips if you want your business to run without you

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