The UCF Business Incubator @ Research Park presents: The Lunch Connection with Ed Alexander.
Title: "Exit Planning for the Closely Held Business: Exits for founders and investors" .
Presenters: Ed Alexander with Entrepreneurship Law Firm, P.L.
Date:Thursday, August 12, 2010
Location: University Tower Building located at 12201 Research Parkway, 2nd Floor large conference room #211, Orlando, FL., 32826
Fee:$20 (Free to only UCF Incubator clients and Florida Photonics Cluster members)
RSVPto Renee Ayala at 407-882-0202 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
During the seminar, attorney Ed Alexander, founder of the Entrepreneurship Law Firm, will show you:
· Types of Exits
· Common Pitfalls Encountered in Exit Events and How to Avoid Them · Why Exit Planning is Essential to Business Success · How Exit Planning will Benefit You, Your Investors and Your Company · Evaluating Your Company for an Exit Event · How to Maximize the Value of Your Company for an Exit · The Two Types of Buyers and Why You Should Focus on One of Them · How to Complete an Exit
Ed Alexander helps entrepreneurs Grow, Protect and Profit from their businesses. He's represented business owners and their companies since he became a lawyer in 1993. Ed is founder of the Entrepreneurship Law Firm located in Orlando, Florida, and is admitted to practice law in both Florida and New York. Prior to law school, Ed held non-legal positions in the business world with technology companies, including positions with a pacemaker manufacturer, custom integrated circuit manufacturer and laser bar code manufacturer. Ed is the author of the book "10 Common and Costly Business Killing Legal Mistakes and How to Avoid Them. A Business Law Bible for Entrepreneurs" (available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com). Ed is also a licensed transaction advisor in Florida and is a principal of Fitzgibbon Alexander, Inc., a Central Florida consulting and business intermediary firm.