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Jan. 4, 2022

The 5 Things You Absolutely Must Do Before You Even Think About Selling Your Company

Happy New Year! If you’re thinking about selling your cannabusiness now or anytime in the future, this week's episode is for you. Chip talks about the five things you absolutely must do before you even think about selling your company.

Plus, we’ll talk about what the landscape looks like for cannabis transactions in 2022.

And, for a successful exit you need to be able to say a hearty “Yes!” to two important questions: 1) is your business ready for you to exit, and 2) are you personally ready to exit?

So, Chip gives you four absolutely critical steps for you to explore that will help you evaluate your personal preparedness to exit your business and to do so on terms that are lucrative and will make you happy.

What to listen to next:
Episode 04 - How To Get More Profits By Tracking These Seven KPIs
Episode 07 - How to Build and Sell Your Cannabusiness Like A Boss

To get your copy of the personal readiness to exit checklist Chip mentions in this episode, simply send an e-mail to chip@thegreenleafcpa.com with "PRE Checklist" in the subject line.

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