Jason Andrews, current owner and CEO of GroupSource Group Purchasing, had spent much of his career in the medical device space. He had a lead sales job managing a remote team in a large geographic area. Jason’s job required a lot of traveling. He was expected to be continually growing and building the company for somebody else, for those above him in the hierarchy. He was ready for a change.
Most of us have a desire to make an impact, do social good, make a difference, contribute. Business owners have a unique opportunity to do that in ways that ripple beyond their direct sphere of influence.
Take a look at the statistics below about small business in the US, the individuals it impacts and the community that benefits.
As an executive at a nonprofit, you deeply and sincerely care for your organization’s mission. Fulfilling the mission is the pinnacle of your organization’s purpose. Whether that mission is employment services, environmental conservation or political advocacy, your mission is important and engaging to the community.
If you’re like other nonprofit executives, you consider your organization’s nonprofit status as an important piece of advocating for the mission. Carrying a 501(c)(3) status allows for distinct operations and means more money can go towards the mission. Therefore, you are understandably concerned about what acquiring a private entity could mean for that status.
Tombstones in the financial industry- one of those things that is done just because it has always been done.
Tombstones? Yep, tombstones.
Curious about the term? So were we.
Before we did some research, DVS team members took a guess at the reason why the term “tombstone” is the final step in announcing a closed deal.