4 Signs It Is Time To Exit Your Business

Sometimes closing your business or selling it is unavoidable. For example, maybe you’re moving to a remote island with no internet. However, most often the decision to close a business isn’t apparent. You have to make the call and decide if it is time to move on. Here are a few sure-fire signs that it’s time to exit your business.

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How Your Exit Strategy Impacts Your Online Reputation

When you leave your business for retirement, you may not have much to worry about. Your online reputation doesn’t matter because you’re not depending on it for income. However, if you are exiting your business to move onto a new venture or opportunity, it can be important to make sure your online reputation is protected.
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How to End Your Business and Gracefully Walk Away

Walking away from your business is often the choice of someone who is either moving into an entirely new field or someone who is just done with the business. Maybe it’s not doing as well as you’d hoped or perhaps you’ve lost your passion for it.

Regardless, you know it’s time to walk away. So how do you manage the process without stepping on anyone’s toes? How do you walk away knowing you’ve done your best?
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How to Help Customers Adjust to New Ownership

Should you choose to sell your business, one of the considerations you’ll want to make well in advance of exiting your business is whether you’re going to help your customers through the transition.

For some business owners, how their customers respond to the sale isn’t a priority. If you’re going into a different industry or you’re getting out of business altogether and retiring, then your customers may not be a significant concern. That’s the new owner’s problem.
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