Mason City, IA - January 11, 2011 - Sooner
or later, everyone wants to retire.But, if you own a business, retirement isn’t just a matter of deciding
not to go into the office any more.The key question you need to answer is:What will happen to your business when you are no longer
running it?NIACC’s Entrepreneurs’
Exchange, Who Will Be Running Your Company In the Future?, will help you find the answer to
that question.This FREE event will
be Tuesday, January 25, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Room 104G, McAllister Hall, on
the NIACC campus.
planning is the process that will help you create a plan for a smooth
transition between you and the future owners of your business. Did you know
that more than 70% of family-owned businesses do not survive the transition
from founder to second generation?Devising an exit strategy will help your business beat the odds and
Olchefske, Director Incubation & Accelerator Services, and Ted Bair, Small
Business Development Center (SBDC) Director, will present information you can
use to develop a timeline for a successful business transition.They will show you how to do an asset
preparation, how to prepare the necessary financial statements, how to navigate
the issues of business valuations, what type of marketing plan will work best for
you, and whether you should enlist professional assistance.
the FREE Entrepreneurs’ Exchange, Who Will Be Running Your Company in the
Future?, on January
25, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Room 104G, McAllister Hall, on the NIACC
campus.Businesses of all sizes
are welcomed and encouraged to attend this event.
ensure adequate space and refreshments for this event, RSVPs for the
Entrepreneurs’ Exchange are appreciated.For vendors who market goods or services, a limited number of FREE display tables are available.Please email email@example.com or call Linda at 641-422-4384 or toll-free at 1-888-GO NIACC, ext.
national NACCE Innovation Award winning NIACC JPEC provides college level
courses and degree programs in entrepreneurship, as well as comprehensive
consulting services for business start-ups, existing industries and owner
transitions in the North Iowa region.Space is available for start-up businesses in the
North Iowa Business Incubator. For more information, contact the NIACC JPEC at