If you decide to hold onto your landscape business for the medium or longer-term, you may want to set it up to run without you day-to-day.
I call this “Retiring in Place.”
This is the second of a three-part series I am writing for Landscape Management Magazine. The first article highlighted the benefits of not selling one’s landscape business but keeping it while dramatically multiplying its value.
This next article highlights the strategy required to set up your business so it can operate and scale independently of you.
I will also have a webinar on the same topic of retiring in place.
Here are links to both:
Let me know your feedback after you read this.
Regards, Jeffrey Scott!