Whether you want to exit next year or in the next decade...you'll benefit from this thorough dive into the process of selling your business. Learn what to prepare for, how to get a solid valuation, how to open negotiations, structure the sale, and more. This is a two-part workshop taught by Scott Hunt, CPA/ABV, founding partner of the respected accounting firm Hunter, Hunter & Hunt. Part one takes place on Wednesday March 20th, followed by lunch, and optional speed consulting slots. Part two takes place the following week and offers a lively, interactive Q & A after you've had a chance to think through everything you learned the first day.
Part 1 -- How to Value and Sell Your Business, March 20
- 9 to 11 am: workshop taught by Scott Hunt, CPA/ABV, founding partner of Hunter, Hunter & Hunt
- 11 to 12 pm: peer/group coaching session facilitated by Richard Borough, Master-Mind Alliance
- 12 to 4 pm: lunch and private speed consulting sessions (optional, by prior registration only)
Part 2 -- Making Sense of What You Learned: Interactive Q&A, March 27 from 8:30 to 9:30 am
Scott E. Hunt, CPA/ABV, Partner
Scott is one of the founding partners of our firm. He consults with business and individual clients in the areas of tax and estate planning. He has a wide range of accounting experience which enables him to provide relevant and timely advice and assistance to business owners with their internal accounting, periodic reporting, forecasting and ultimately the development and implementation of succession plans. His experience in business valuation helps him guide business owners to an understanding of how the decisions they make today impact the value of their business.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting, Fresno State University, 1983
CPA, licensed in California
Accredited in Business Valuation
Professional and Civic Involvement:
Member of the American Institute of CPAs
Member of the California Society of CPAs
Member and past president of the Rotary Club of Arcata
SBDC's 2019 Business Succession Program is generously sponsored by Humboldt County's Headwaters Fund.