Scaling to Exit – Presented by Evelyn Logan and Michael WatkinsDate/Time: March 26, 2019 / 7:30 am - 9:00 am
There are 4 million Baby Boomer-owned companies going up for sale in the next 3 to 5 years.
Statistically, less than 20% of these businesses are actually going to sell!
Are you one of these businesses? If so, realize that it is going to take a minimum of 3 years to accumulate the track record necessary to make your business attractive to a potential buyer. And, if you wait 3 years from now, it will still take 3 years!
It is often said that most people are capable of dealing with adversity, but few can cope effectively with success. The psychology behind this fact is beyond the scope of this book, but the truthfulness of the statement deserves attention.
So, are you prepared to cope with success?
If the answer is yes, then you need to attend this workshop to learn about the Scaling to Exit approach and methodology.
Millions of Baby Boomer business owners are on a path that will leave them with an insufficient nest egg for their retirement. The Scaling to Exit program will enable the rescue of many owners from such an unbearable fate.
Michael A. Watkins
Michael’s 30 year career spans a range of corporate, legal and entrepreneurial roles. Michael specializes in Operations Management, Management & Leadership Development and Organizational Design & Development. He has designed, developed and delivered seminars for Fortune 100 clients around the world, including Europe, Asia and North America.
Michael’s experience includes VP/GM of a publicly traded Systems Integration firm; Associate Counsel for a Washington, DC law firm; CEO of a start-up software as a service (SaaS) social recognition company; COO of a start-up eLearning software company and CEO of several entrepreneurial ventures. He brings a rich diversity of thought, background and experience to every client opportunity.
Michael serves as an Adjunct faculty member for the Colorado Christian University School of Business. His formal education includes – Juris Doctorate, University of Maryland School of Law; Masters of Business Administration, Finance, Hood College, and Bachelors of Arts, English, University of Rochester.
Evelyn Logan, CPA
With a broad background in corporate finance and consulting with Fortune 100 clients, Evelyn now works with small to medium-sized businesses to bring more money to the bottom line, coaching them toward operational success. Her experience includes analyzing financials for corporate acquisitions and divestitures, including risk analysis.
Her successes include recovery and forensic audits that uncovered over $100 M due to clients, ensuring the financial integrity of the companies, recommending frameworks of internal controls based on root cause risk analysis. As the Business Manager for a $1B engineering services company, lowered employee turnover from 30% to 10%, increasing productivity, reducing expenses, and increasing the bottom line. As the facilities manager for a manufacturing company, reduced facilities expenses by 1/3.
Client industries include manufacturing, oil & gas, steel, telecom, professional services, auto, tire, printing, solar, real estate, construction, breweries and entertainment.
Evelyn is a Colorado CPA, with a BS in Education, Major in Business from Missouri State University
Scaling to Exit