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Even, or perhaps especially, in tough ecomic times, everyone wants to live the dream of starting his or her own business. This book tells any would-be entrepreneur exactly how to get started conceiving, starting, building, growing and most important of all, selling a successful business. In fact, Jack Garson, a rewned lawyer and business advisor, makes Planning to Sell: Putting the Horse in Front of the Cart his provocative first chapter. The book then moves through real life examples and sound advice from how to assess the market for and scalability of any business idea, through staffing, culture, vision, structure, financial reporting, contracts, and dozens of other vital areas often overlooked by business hopefuls.
Jack Garson writes from the trenches of the business world. As founder of Garson Claxton LLC and leader of his law firm's business group, Jack has guided companies from start-up all the way to the celebration dinner following the big sale. His extensive understanding of the business world is why he's sought after to be the lead negotiator in multi-million dollar sales of companies. Jack also serves as legal and strategic advisor for numerous national, regional and local companies, helping them overcome challenges, grow, succeed and sell.In addition, Jack is a director of the prestigious Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Airports Authority, which oversees Dulles International and Washington Reagan National Airports. He writes a monthly column for SmartCEO magazine, a leading business publication in the Washington, D.C. region. Jack graduated with honors from both the George Washington University National Law Center and the University of Maryland.