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WHO SHOULD READ THIS BOOK?

Most business owners don’t like to think about exiting their business. They are concerned they might run out of cash, hate the thought of leaving something they love, wonder what they’ll do with their time, and fear the tremendous effort of selling a business. Many times complicated family ownership issues arise.

Author and entrepreneur Bob Fritz is someone who has walked the walk, not just talked the talk. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and the Harvard Business School, he took over a small manufacturing company in Cleveland, Ohio, grew it, and then sold it. While managing the company for the new private equity owners, he doubled its size again.

Based on his experiences and those of many others, and by emphasizing how to make plans before you need them, this book should help guide business owners and the heirs of founders to a successful and happy outcome.

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