Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) offers June 17 program “Chaos to Opportunity: Forging a Unified Business Direction for Families and Leaders” at Bryant University

SMITHFIELD, RI – The Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) offers a June 17 Rhode Island/Southeastern Massachusetts Breakfast Meeting, “Chaos to Opportunity: Forging a Unified Business Direction for Families and Leaders,” Wednesday, June 17, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at Bryant University Bello Center, 1150 Douglas Turnpike, Smithfield.

There are many challenges that business leaders face regarding the direction of their company: succession strategies, market penetration options, pricing policies, customer rationalization tactics, and more.  The path to running a successful business has many hurdles, but one of the most debilitating barriers for growth occurs when partners, co-owners, or general stakeholders of a business can’t agree on the company’s direction.

Individuals are invited to hear a panel of business owners who effectively tackled such challenges. They will discuss these issues, and how they successfully negotiated resolutions.

Panelists include: Kyle Madden, KLH Capital ; Scott Wakeman, Family Navigation Strategies;
Andrew Crain, Mirus Capital Advisors; and Steven Armbrust, Armbrust Corporation.

The price is $45 for members, and non-members. The event is organized by XPX Global.

To learn more or to register, please visit http://exitplanningexchange.com/events/xpx-rhode-island-se-mass-breakfast-meeting#sthash.4Sa7Szgl.dpuf. Event sponsor is BNY Mellon Wealth Management.

About Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) Boston
The Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) Boston offers unparalleled opportunities for members to expand their professional networks and develop their skills in the field of exit planning. XPX members have access to a broad network of spets in diverse fields, including accounting, merger and acquisition, business consulting, legal and human systems consulting. XPX is committed to improving the process of planning for, positioning, and executing business transactions. Founded in 2008, The Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) has chapters in Boston, Hartford, Philadelphia, DC Metro, Tampa Bay and Baltimore. To learn more about the Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) Boston or to join, please contact Donna Powell, Administrator, at 978-392-7929, or donna@exitplanningexchange.com.

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