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Insight: Business Advice in an Age of Complexity (Business Leaders Guide) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 21, 2014
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About the Author
David Wimer has over thirty-five years’ experience in business ownership and advising in business sales, acquisitions, transactional finance, banking, negotiations, debt restructuring, valuation, and strategy.
He has owned and operated businesses in five different sectors: manufacturing, distribution/logistics, franchise, technology, and business services. He helps family business owners uncover hidden options and potential solutions in order to turn a transition crisis into an opportunity for growth.
Wimer is a graduate of Pennsylvania’s Millersville University, a member of the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group, and an associate member of the AICPA and American Bar Association. He is also a member of the M&A Source, where he earned designation as a Mergers & Acquisition Master Intermediary (M&AMI).
Wimer has authored several transition management articles for B2B Magazine and is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys traveling, writing, and speaking.
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Top Customer Reviews
David shows the reader how changing market conditions, life threatening illnesses, family transitions and financial hardships affect business owners every day. Unfortunately there's no business course for most of these challenges. David gives the reader, their families and their trusted advisors, valuable insights into the problems that can, and do, derail businesses every day. As a business owner myself, I believe other business owners can do two things: continue to stick their head in the sand, thinking life changing events won't happen to them, or they can pick up this book and prepare themselves and their businesses to be able to weather these unscripted potential storms.
The chapters have a systematic flow and touch on the real world issues. I think David's indicative insights are spot on due to his vast knowledge through education and life experiences. I believe this attributes to his distinctive character as a true professional advisor.
I am looking forward to reading volume 2 when written.