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For David Moody, giving back should be a "habit from the heart," started even before success arrives.
When growth goals and philosophies differed between original partners, the "shotgun" buy-sell agreement allowed for a fair buyout process.
A buy-sell agreement that properly anticipates all of the challenges and dynamics of rapid expansion is a must. The author asserts many entrepreneurs often are so excited to get the company started that the details typically addressed in a buy-sell agreement are overlooked.
Carl Behnke's investment of more than 20 years on the board of Junior Achievement is just one example of his belief in giving back.
Whether a company is built with 50/50, majority, or minority partners, the author shares key lessons learned about buy-sell agreements as his companies grew and became more sophisticated.
With his attorney's help, the entrepreneur author, Jeremy Johnson, shows how his final written buy-sell agreement allows his company to continue as a viable concern should some unforeseen event occur.
This introduction provides a basic overview of buy-sell agreements and describes the three basic types.
The author discusses how to get the most from a buy-sell agreement, encourages entrepreneurs to detail very specifically what happens when ownership changes occur, and elaborates on the language required for valuation of the shares.
When the attempt to buyout a senior partner failed, business partners realized the necessity for a buy-sell agreement...many years after the business was founded.
Donovan Moxey got help in the early stages of starting his company; now he's the one giving his time to promote entrepreneurship.
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