What is Exit Promise?
let’s start with how we define the life of an entrepreneur.
is a journey of learning, failing, picking up the pieces. There are no shortcuts.
Every so often...
we have a BIG WIN. Celebrate the victories.
for small business owners are scarce. Help one another.
Owning a business offers us...
a meaningful way to contribute to our employees, families, communities, and those in need. This is my life’s purpose.
Growing a valuable business...
means keeping our promises. To make a difference for others while living a life we love.
Here’s what we do
Exit Promise offers small business owners resources to start, grow and ultimately sell a valuable business. Small business owners rely on us to cut through the noise, confusion and unfamiliar terminology to find and deliver experts–at the end of their keyboard–they may rely on to help them learn and solve problems. And help for the small business owner comes in the form of blog posts, online tools, e-books, e-courses and Q&A.
Today, Exit Promiseoffers many free tools, several hundred articles and Q&A with Featured Advisors who are eager to help business owners succeed.
That will become clear if you allow me to share a story with you… I’m pleased to meet you… My name is Holly Magister and I’m the founder of Exit Promise. By the summer of 2008, I had been operating my tax and financial planning practice for nearly twenty years when we began a research project with a college student intern. We wanted to learn more about the possibility of delivering financial services to business owners via the internet. As we were exploring how the internet could help business owners, I recalled how much had changed since the start of my career. When I first began working with my tax clients in 1989, our meetings would be in my dining room and I stored their records under the table in corrugated boxes. Nothing fancy whatsoever! I didn’t own a computer and my tools included a pencil, eraser, calculator and typewriter. So, the notion that financial services could be delivered to business owners through the internet, even as recent as 2008, seemed rather far-fetched.