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Concannon Miller to Advise on Business Growth, Succession Planning

Posted by Concannon Miller on Jun 3, 2019 9:19:10 AM

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CEPA_Andy_AndreaConcannon Miller’s Certified Exit Planning Advisors will provide tips to take your business to the next level at Lehigh Valley Business’s Business Growth Symposium.

Concannon Miller Shareholder Andy Kahn, CPA, MBA, CFP, CEPA, is taking part in the panel discussion on succession planning. He’ll offer tips on how owners can grow the value of their business to sell it at a premium.

“If you wake up one morning and decide, ‘I’ve had enough of my business and I want to sell it,’ you’re not going to get the top value for your business,” Kahn says. “We recommend at least a 3-to-5-year plan to get your business where it’s attractive for sale and for you to maximize the value for what you’ve spent your life building.”

Concannon Miller Shareholder Andrea Brady, CPA, CEPA, also is a Certified Exit Planning Advisor and will be taking part in the Business Growth Symposium.

Concannon Miller is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the Business Growth Symposium. The firm offers both business value building and succession and exit planning services. Specialists include Certified Exit Planning Advisors, Certified Value Builders and Certified Valuation Analysts.

The symposium includes panels on succession planning, financing your business and a keynote address from Catherine Bailey, the CEO of Rea.deeming Beauty, the fastest-growing company in the Lehigh Valley 2 years in a row.

LVB’s Business Growth Symposium is taking place 8 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 13 at DeSales University. Get more information and register here.

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