Bo Burlingham on Muck Rack

Bo Burlingham Verified

Oakland, CA
Editor-At-Large — Inc.

Editor-at-large Inc., author of some books

How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top

greatgame.com — Every entrepreneur exits. It's one of the few absolute certainties in business. Assuming you've built a viable company, you can choose when and how you exit, but you can't choose whether. It's going to happen. You can count on it. That this simple fact of business life comes as a shock to many owners of ...

How to Avoid Seller's Regret in a Business Exit

This founder wants to help you find the perfect exit strategy

chicagotribune.com — When Basil Peters was 40 years old, he received his first lesson in exits: his own. He hadn't been expecting it and didn't want it, but he had no choice.

3 Books Small Business Owners Should Read

forum.web.com — There is so much small business owners need to know to operate at peak performance. Luckily we live in the Information Age with plentiful resources. To help you sift through some of the data, every week we're going to look at three business books small business owners should read and the lessons you can learn from them.

How to Avoid Seller's Regret in a Business Exit

inc.com — In his book Finish Big: How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top (Penguin Portfolio, 2014), Inc. Magazine Editor-at-Large Bo Burlingham explores the best exit strategies for great leaders. In the following edited excerpt, the author cautions business owners to plan ahead, and avoid regretting their sale after it's too late.

This Founder Wants to Help You Find the Perfect Exit Strategy

inc.com — Adapted from Bo Burlingham's Finish Big , available now. When Basil Peters was 40 years old, he received his first lesson in exits: his own. He hadn't been expecting it and didn't want it, but he had no choice.

7 mistakes entrepreneurs make when selling their business

managementtoday.co.uk — By Bo Burlingham Thursday, 27 November 2014 I found seven. (1) They haven't figured out who they are, what they want and why. (2) They haven't built a company that is sellable. (3) They haven't prepared themselves and their companies for the transition. (4) They haven't got the right kind of help.

Employee Stock Ownership Plans Under Fire?

How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top: Bo Burlingham: 9781591844976: Amazon.com: Books

Business books of the decade

More Articles →
Apr 26, 2015

@stillmansays Check out my friend Matt Stillman's new product, PrimalDerma. bit.ly/1E9wezz

Apr 23, 2015

RT @ZingTrain: 5/6 8 am @BoBurlingham : Start planning your exit NOW! A call to owners & entrepreneurs @ignitea2 @AnnArborSPARK http://t.c…

Apr 22, 2015

RT @ZingTrain: Today's Speaker Series session! Next one coming up @BoBurlingham talking about exiting well! zcob.me/16x twitter.com/YourPeople/sta…

Apr 21, 2015

RT @DIG_SOUTH: Keynote @boburlingham of @Inc can tell you why you should be thinking about your #exitstrategy now! #DIG2015 Details: sched.co/2tVP

Apr 20, 2015

RT @evolution_cp: .@BoBurlingham shares his advice on how to sell a #smallbusiness & his new book “Finish Big” on #The2ndStage. http://t.co…

Apr 20, 2015

RT @evolution_cp: "The more ambitious you are about your exit, the longer it is going to take." - @BoBurlingham #businesstips #business

Email Bo by joining Muck Rack Pro



Are You a Journalist?

Make a Portfolio

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.


Share This Profile