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Free BE Seminar

Even though succession and exit planning are used interchangeably, there is a distinction between the two. Succession planning deals with determining who will run the business. Exit planning deals with how to transfer the business when you are ready to transition.

Succession and exit planning are a systematic process of transitioning from your business while ensuring the business can exist beyond you. A kingdom business must be built to withstand at least three generations. Whether you are planning to transfer the business to one of your children, family members, a partner, to your employees, or to a third -party, this seminar will help you to yield the highest value possible while ensuring your company’s core preservation.

In this seminar you will learn:

1) Why succession and exit planning is necessary

2) Exit options

3) How to develop a succession and exit plan that preserves your companies’ values while yielding the highest financial outcome possible

Instructor : Patrice Tsague
Co-founder and Chief Servant Officer,
Nehemiah Project International Ministries

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PATRICE TSAGUE is a Christian business trainer, entrepreneur, international speaker, preacher, author, and business coach. Patrice specializes in helping families incorporate their faith into their business practices, ensuring that their businesses are able to exist beyond the third generation.
Patrice is the co-founder and Chief Servant Officer of both Nehemiah Project International Ministries and PG & Associates, LLC, which he founded with his wife and best friend, Gina Tsague. Patrice is also the co-founder of Nehemiah Enterprise Coaching as well as Kingdom Business Coaching International. Patrice has trained and coached over 15,000 individuals on how to start or expand their businesses using business training and coaching principles found in the Bible. Patrice is the author of several books and training curriculums. He also publishes a weekly e-devotional and podcast for entrepreneurs and business executives that is released to over 4,000 individuals globally. He also serves on the board of several organizations.
Patrice and his wife, Gina, have two beautiful children, Gabrielle and Danielle Tsague. The Tsague family resides in Vancouver, Washington.