Every good business plan needs an exit strategy, whether it’s intended to deliver a return on investment or to move on to your next challenge. At Streamlion Consulting, we’ve worked with lots of businesses on when’s the best time to sell and move on.

An exit strategy can sound extreme

to some business owner. Here at Streamlion, we like to think of it as a succession plan for your business journey. You might be looking to merge with a larger competitor, sell to a third party and cash out, or even fulfil a condition of your initial funding. Which ever your plan of action we can help create a strategy that will work for you.

What are the key elements of an exit strategy?

The main purpose of an exit strategy is to release cash, or equity, from the business in order to pay back an investor, or for the business founder to use for future projects.
As Entrepreneur.com puts it, “it’s not enough to build a business worth a fortune, you have to make sure you have an exit strategy, a way to get the money back out.”

At Streamlion Consulting, our approach is to review and enhance your profitability where possible to ensure the best sale price can be achieved.

A good strategy

will include personal as well as business goals so that the focus is on the right outcomes in all areas of your life. The key point of a successful exit strategy, of course, is to optimise the value of the business. You’ll also need to consider timescales and how much flexibility you are willing to incorporate into the strategy.

Part of the attraction of working with Streamlion Consulting on your exit strategy is our extensive pool of connections. From investors to entrepreneurs and owners of all types and sizes of business, we can make the necessary introductions to put this exciting chapter of your story into action.

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