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Discover the key to successful business transitions! Let us help you explore the options.
This webinar will help you look at key points that you should consider as you reflect on selling or transitioning out of your business. It will help you understand what the implications are of each option and how you can ensure the business remains a strong Manitoba entity. Knowing what option and what needs to be done will help maximize the value of your business.
Attendees will learn:
The different options for handing over your business, whether to key employees, family members, or buyers.
The type of team required to assist you in executing your plan and what to consider.
The timing required to meet your personal goals and retiring according to your schedule.
Senior Consultant at Nivå 10
Brian Denysuik is former President & CEO of Creditaid which he purchased in 2009 and sold in 2019 after successfully growing the business to the largest independent credit counselling service in Manitoba. He also developed industry specific software that he licensed to other credit counselling agencies and eventually sold in 2019.
Brian is past President & CEO of TelPay, from 2001 to 2008, a leading national payment and banking technology company.
His career evolved in the finance area at Comcheq where he had the opportunity to experience the sale and merger of Comcheq to CIBC which was then sold to Ceridian and included the merger of the TD Bank payroll system.
His experience being part of the sale and merger of businesses and the eventual sale of his own business in 2019 provided him with firsthand experience of planning and living through the process. Brian is a committed community leader with over 27 years of senior board member responsibilities in health care related facilities.
Brian is a Business Administration graduate of Red River College, a Credit Counsellor and a registered Insolvency Counsellor under the CAIRP (Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals).