Transition through succession while sustaining growth

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Decision Associate’s certified exit planning process enables your company to emerge stronger and more capable of achieving long-term success.

Our process has been so successful that it is licensed and widely used by industrial resource centers throughout the state of Pennsylvania. Decision Associates’ succession planning consultants use this process to help owners achieve their goals – both personal and professional.

Your exit planning may involve hiring a CEO, selling to your children or employees, or finding a buyer for your business. Whichever option is best for you, our exit planning process helps to ensure many owner expectations, such as:

  • Orderly hand-off to family successors
  • You can continue to have a role if desired
  • Family successors pick up where you leave off
  • Family successors are committed to your values
  • You are a mentor, coach, and respected resource
  • You can enjoy life on your terms, on your schedule
  • You are compensated fairly and are financially secure

Learn more about Decision Associates’ other succession planning services:

Our Consultants

Aaron Phillips
Aaron Phillip Principal/Executive Consultant at Decision Associates
Aaron Phillips
Terry Cascioli
Terry Cascioli Executive Consultant at Decision Associates
Terry Cascioli
Don Moore
Don Moore Executive Consultant at Decision Associates
Don Moore
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