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Zoom: How to Sell Your Company

  • 27 May 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Zoom
  • 26


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Business owners typically focus their energies on growth. From the beginning, nearly all energies are directed at sustaining and growth. There are specific ways business owners can ensure that they have an asset when they are ready to exit. Unlike the unicorn exits we read about in the news, businesses valued between 500k-5million are sold at considerable multiples and growing this asset should be a consideration in all business practices. Your business can be more than just a source of cash flow…make sure you are doing all you can to protect and secure your ability to exit when you’re ready!

You'll learn about:

  • Ways to sell your company (structures, types of deals)
  • Valuation
  • Tax returns
  • Seller’s discretionary earnings
  • Multiples
  • Businesses as an asset (not just cash flow while you run it) versus a job

Jamie Klingman is a creative strategist and licensed broker. A graduate of the University of Florida (B.A.) and Chadron State College (M.B.A.) and currently a Doctor of Business Administration candidate, Jamie has enjoyed a 19 year “career” of being a serial entrepreneur. She sold her first venture, a home care company, in 2015. She has since started and sold several companies and is always looking for the next great idea. Jamie currently owns The Klingman Group (a commercial and business brokerage specializing in acquisitions and dispositions of $1-5 million), Boutique Realty Florida (a full service residential brokerage), QuickList (a limited service brokerage), RealLeads (a referral real estate firm), The Wooden Corgi (a publishing company), Urban Phoenix Designs (an online instructional design company), and interests in many other companies

In her spare time, Jamie enjoys philanthropy and serving in the community. She has served in many leadership roles, including Board Chair to the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay and the Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce. She has also been recognized as a Small Business Leader of the Year Finalist (Tampa Chamber, 2019) and Lightning Community Hero (2014), amongst other awards.

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