Eric Gilboord’s Latest Interview November 2018 (21 minutes)

Please take a few minutes and watch my interview. It’s filled with short comments on a variety of subjects. I think you may find the topics pertinent to your business.


Topics Covered

  • Much older owners are now looking to get out.
  • Next generation may have screwed up.
  • Niche vs foreign commodity competition.
  • Automation and leading edge technology.
  • Innovation comes from established small niche businesses.
  • Realizing opportunity currently under your roof.
  • Sales and Marketing to go to the next level.
  • Sell 70% of your businesses, work with the new owners and enjoy a huge windfall on your remaining 30%.
  • Buyers are looking for unsexy below the radar companies.
  • Buying platform companies.
  • Protecting intergenerational wealth.
  • Family businesses, ups and downs.
  • Runaway bride.
  • Fathers and daughters.
  • Selling to your children.
  • Families act the same in your business as in your home.
  • Entitlement issues.
  • Lots of options for Owners to exit.
  • Work back from what’s in the best interest of the Owner.
  • You don’t know what you don’t know.
  • Surround yourself with an experienced team.

Cheers, Eric Gilboord  

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