Bill McAvinney met with VOBER members at the January meeting to discuss how employee retention, business continuity and estate strategies can assure business valuation and succession potential. There was particular attention to topics relevant for Federal contracting firms. McAvinney noted, “Contractors struggle with balancing their direct and indirect cost allocations with their ability to retain good employees and make a profit.” He further shared that business continuity requires executives to work on their companies but also build the case for succession. “Good planning improves management succession and retirement value for business owners.” The Veteran Owned Business Executive Roundtable at the UMW Center for Economic Development is a peer advisory group that engages business owners for purposes of learning new approaches and solutions to business problems and challenges. Learn more at economicdevelopment.umw.edu/ .
Bill McAvinney presents at the January Veteran Owned Small Business Executive Roundtable
February 16, 2016 by