Business Transitions - a process not an event | Milwaukee

May 31 2018

Westmoor Country Club, 400 South Moorland Rd, Brookfield
7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Learn the importance of having a strong management team and internal processes to create value in your business. 

Do you control the fate of your business, or are you leaving it up to chance? Good business practices include having a strong business plan in place, which allows you to focus on the future strategically. And when the time comes, it helps solidify your position during any business transition.

Join Schenck to learn how a structured process can help you create value in your business, set realistic expectations and mitigate risk. Starting that process early allows you to control the transition and increases the likelihood that you’ll reach your financial and personal objectives—and ensure your business thrives today and long into the future. It also enables you to know when to bring in the right resources—in human resources, operations, technology, mergers and acquisitions, due diligence or valuations.

Learn more about:

  • Discovering how a formalized process can help you get to your desired state
  • Understanding key components of a roadmap and how they drive future success
  • Recognizing ways you can help control outcomes surrounding financial aspects, people and processes
  • Identifying influences or components of being in control
  • Assessing your exit readiness in relation to your goals and identifying top priorities
  • Using a collaborative team approach to secure positive outcomes for owners and their team

Attendees will receive access to take a Readiness Assessment to determine their personal, financial and business readiness to transition. Complete the easy-to-use online tool and receive a comprehensive report.


Westmoor Country Club, 400 South Moorland Rd, Brookfield


7:30 - 9 a.m. Registration begins at 7:00 a.m.



There is no cost to attend.

This program is geared to owners and senior leaders. Attendance is limited to those in industry.