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As a business owner, you should always be thinking about your next move. In some cases, that’s your exit strategy. Even if it’s not your exact next move, an exit strategy for small business is something you should always be keeping in mind.
What will become of your business once you’re no longer involved, and how will you come out on top? There are various options for a small business owner when they are ready to exit—and many reasons for that exit.
See below for a guide on the best way to plan for your business’s future and the many ways you can successfully move on or transition from your business.
First things first.
What Is an Exit Strategy for Small Business?
An exit strategy is simply a plan for what will happen when you want to leave your business. It describes and outlines the form that the transition will take. That’s it!
Your exit strategy doesn’t have to mean disaster or failure, or even imminent action—in fact, many business owners start their business with the express purpose of exiting after X number of years. It doesn’t mean they are less committed entrepreneurs. It just means they are realistic.
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