It was 12 noon on September 23, 1857 when Jeremiah C. Lanphier, a business leader and city missionary, sat down alone in an empty third floor room in the Old Dutch North Church at Fulton and Williams streets in the heart of lower New York City. For weeks, he had gone door to door and passed out leaflets inviting business leaders around New York to come and pray with him. Unfortunately, no one showed up to pray. The church had fallen on rough times. Some parishioners had moved away, yet the business neighborhood was teeming with immigrants and laborers.
What recent leadership learnings have changed or will change the world? Elon Musk thought of an electric car with an iPad-like screen called a Tesla. How about the people or team that invented the idea of the world wide web? Mark Zuckerberg invented Facebook and changed how we interact as a culture. What about remote diagnostic medicine or home security with no wires?
Welcome back to Season 1, Episode 11 of the Convene Podcast. Dan Lucas from CVG Advisors joins us this week to talk with us about exit planning strategies with a biblical perspective and how CVG Advisors can help.
CVG Advisors offer sound strategic advice throughout the entire business lifecycle – from helping you to develop a business transition plan, identify viable exit options, get you “sale-ready”, evaluate strategic alternatives and act as your trusted financial advisor throughout a transaction.
They take the time to understand your business, including your financial profile and key value drivers, so that we are well-positioned to advise you on how to best maximize and protect the value of your business.
CVG Advisors not only help you navigate the strategic, operational, financial and compliance risks in pursuit of successful company performance but they also focus on helping you to build sustainable value in your business in order to close the gap between where you are today and where you want to be in the future.