Plan to Attend the “Succession Planning for Success” Event at TIBS

Mark your calendar to attend the “Succession Planning for Success” event at The Toronto International Boat Show on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at the Toronto International Boat Show, in the Presentation Theater of the Direct Energy Center. The event starts at 8:30am with coffee and will conclude by 11:00am.

“Succession Planning for Success” is hosted by Boating Industry Canada magazine in partnership with General Electric Commercial Distribution Finance.

David Spader of Spader Business Management will deliver significant real value to business owners who attend this session. This is not merely a lecture about good ideas.

David Spader and his company Spader Business Management have been guiding marine, power sports and RV businesses to success for several decades now. As the creators of the well-known Spader 20 Groups, David and his associates have worked in a consulting capacity with literally hundreds of businesses like yours, to gather a wealth of real life knowledge and experience to share with you.

“Succession Planning for Success” applies to every business, not just those planning a retirement or business sale. Every business owner needs a succession plan in case of an accident or an illness.

Even if you have a successor lined up, this session will help identify a host of human resources, organizational and financial elements that need to be a part of your comprehensive succession plan.

You must RSVP to reserve a seat. This was a “sold-out” event last year. Email your RSVP to to reserve a place in this important session. Please include your first name, last name, company.

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