5 things you need to know before you sell your company during Covid19 with Bob Gallo

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On this episode of the Daily EDGE Podcast, Raul interviews his good friend and client Bob Gallo. Bob is a long-time, multiple-business entrepreneur. He helped create the market for mobile document shredding business, then sold the business at a hefty profit. From there, he started and sold several other businesses, and he became so good at selling businesses that he started a consulting business helping other entrepreneurs learn how to exit their business and feel good about it. 

Selling a business can be as hard as starting one, because of not just the fiscal investment but the investment of time and love of the business. For that reason, many entrepreneurs are hesitant to sell their business, but at the same time they are sometimes ready to move on, but doubting themselves. Bob helps these entrepreneurs not just on how to negotiate for the best payout, but to develop the emotional fitness necessary to let go of a business in the right way.

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