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Taking Care of Business Series

Exit Strategy: Ensuring a Smooth Succession for Your Business

Thursday, May 18 | 11:30 AM CT

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What You’ll Learn

Exiting a business can be a complex and emotional process. Whether you’re looking to move on to other opportunities, retire, or simply sell your business, there are a variety of things to consider to ensure a successful outcome. In this webinar, we’ll hear from a group of post-exit entrepreneurs about how they handled the process, the different exit strategies to consider, and the pitfalls to watch out for. Whether you’re just starting to think about an exit or you’re in the midst of the process, this webinar will provide valuable insights and practical advice to help you achieve a successful outcome. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from experienced business owners and exit experts!



Brian Cox
Integrator and President at Traction Capital

Brian Cox serves as a Partner and the Integrator/President at Traction Capital, a Venture Capital and Private Equity fund that invests “smart capital” in Minnesota and Midwest entrepreneurs and their promising companies. He has been an entrepreneur his entire life, having started his first lawn and landscape business while in high school and eventually selling it. In 2004, while studying at the University of St. Thomas, Brian founded his current business, Simply Ride, which has since become the largest in its industry and local market. While he still owns the company and is involved in strategy, his leadership team runs the daily operations. At Traction Capital, he enjoys working with founders and helping them grow their companies.

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