Proactive Business Planning

John Kirsch

Sep 29, 2016

case-study

The company had a long history in the commercial transportation industry. Son purchased majority interest from his parents and began to aggressively pursue new business in the established service line, as well as adding complementary service lines. The efforts have bore fruit and the company is experiencing rapid growth. This has resulted in capital needs, including the purchase of an additional building and equipment as well as additional working capital for inventory and accounts receivable. Son would like to purchase the remaining minority ownership of his parents. Company personnel handles daily transaction processing.

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As a highly energetic business leader and entrepreneur, John has a passion for helping businesses and nonprofits reach…

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