OCTOBER 2017
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Many business owners who founded their companies suffer from what’s referred to in the nonprofit sphere as “founder’s syndrome.” This is when the founder maintains a disproportionate amount of power and influence over operations and actively resists creating a succession plan. Fortunately, the condition is treatable. In this article we discuss the symptoms and the treatment plan to succession planning.

We also briefly discuss how to build a bridge with mezzanine financing.

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