Date(s) - 25/02/2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Research shows that the average, millennial business owner holds on to a business for seven years or less. Young entrepreneurs tend to start-up and aggressively grow a business with the main objective being to generate profits, not through operations, but through the eventual sale of the business at its new, higher valuation.
Having a robust business transfer strategy in place will increase the growth and profitability of your business today, while subsequently increasing its future value and contributing to the economic development of your community.
Succession planning can take many different forms and every plan is as unique as the individual and business involved. This workshop will show young entrepreneurs how they can optimize their business transfer plan and why it’s important to have a strategy in place even if you’re just starting up.
Cost: $10 per workshop
Jason Vinck, Director of Communications and Learning
Jason is a skilled and engaging public speaker and facilitator who has operated in the Communications and Education fields for nearly a decade. He has worked with students and professionals across Canada in QC, ON, SK, and AB from organizations such as Just for Laughs, Ubisoft, FCC, Northern Ontario Tourism, and various SMEs. Jason holds a BA from the University of Regina and an MA from McGill University.