Boardroom Metrics continues to evolve.

Today, for the first time, we will host a group of Accomplished Sales Executives.

The experience of this group is humbling.

One ran the developing world for one of the world’s largest consumer companies. Another has so much private business experience, my past 20 years seems insignificant. Another is taking a break from a year of non-stop business development and engineering travels to Europe and China. Others come from the world of software, telecom, and retail.

Our goal today? Come together to learn about the Boardroom Metrics methodology for making private business owners rich.

Over the next few years, over 70% of Canadian private business owners intend to sell or transfer their businesses. To succeed, their companies must stand out. Be profitable. And be capable of being transferred to new owners.

Unfortunately, the odds against most of these business owners succeeding are quite depressing. Almost three quarters will fail. Either they will be completely unable to exit their businesses, or the valuations they will get for their businesses will fall below any expectations they previously held.

By focusing on fundamentals that drive buyer demand for any business, private business owners can significantly improve their chances of transferring their business successfully. That’s what our Accomplished Executives will learn about today. Then, they will help us communicate our message to the market place.

Boardroom Metrics Accomplished Executives are proven business drivers. Their expertise spans the breadth of business know-how. They mentor leaders, take on key governance and leadership roles in our client’s company’s and provide expert advice. They even help us get our message out.

We are always on the lookout for our next Accomplished Executive. If that’s you, we’d love to know you’re out there. Boardroom Metrics could provide the kind of engagement, learning and financial opportunity you are seeking at this point in your career. If you send an email to [email protected], I will get in touch to set up an interview. Talk to you soon! Kar.