You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know, With Terry Lammers

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 12, 2019 0 Comments

The business world is full of endless opportunities – for those who want a new challenge by buying a business or for those who seek a new adventure and need to sell a business quickly.

As a business owner, you pour your heart and soul into your company. But what is that truly worth? How do you place a value on passion, blood, sweat, and tears?

When you don’t know what you don’t know, you might just be directing your business down the wrong path.

Terry Lammers, co-founder of Innovative Business Advisors joins Adam to shed some light on how to intentionally drive exponential growth, reveal hidden assets, foresee obstacles and create more options for the future of your business.

Knowledge is power. Discover…

  • Why you should focus on gross profit and cash flow rather than sales and net income;
  • How to use acquisitions to fuel your growth;
  • What do you need to have in place to sell your company;
  • How to strategically position your company for sale;
  • And much more!

If you’re ready to learn what you don’t know…tune in!

About This Guest: ()

Today’s guest is Terry Lammers (LAMM-ers), Certified Valuation Analyst and cofounder/managing member of Innovative Business Advisors. He was President and Owner of Tri-County Petroleum for 20+ years before joining Regions Bank as VP of Commercial Banking after selling his business in 2010. Armed with vast financial expertise and decades of hands-on business leadership, Terry now works with his team at Innovative Business Advisors to guide current business owners looking to sell their enterprises, as well as prospective buyers. Terry’s new book, You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know, is an in-depth examination of the process of buying, growing, and eventually selling a business. With Terry’s guidance, both current and aspiring business owners are sure to walk away with a wealth of knowledge and advice to lead them down the path to business success in every stage.