How to get out of business

Business Owner Succession Strategies will be the focus of a workshop in Grand Forks on Sept. 23.


If you are thinking of selling your business in the next few years, plan to attend the Business Owner Succession Strategies workshop on Tuesday, Sept. 23 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Community Futures Boundary – Grand Forks.

The information session will help you to plan and prepare for your desired succession. The Business Owner Succession Strategies Workshop will help you understand your exit options, ensure your business gets exposed to the right target market, and maximize its value when you sell.

The workshop is sponsored by Venture Connect, in partnership with the Province of BC and Community Futures BC.

Contact Community Futures Boundary at 250-442-2722 to register.


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