In times of economic uncertainty, where there is challenge, there is also opportunity. Now is an excellent time for organizations to look for ways to grow and take advantage of opportunities that otherwise wouldn’t be available in a thriving economy. Shifts in risk profiles have opened up the competitive landscape for strategic partnerships and acquisitions, which can be a smart way to get ahead and set your company up for success coming out of this cycle.
US Med-Equip is a Houston-based company that rents movable medical devices like respiratory equipment, incubators and infusion equipment to hospitals and health care centers across the country and around the world. Founded in 2003, USME was a fledgling company in Texas and Louisiana when Hurricane Katrina hit just two years later. They worked tirelessly by helping hospitals meet the incredible demand for medical equipment after
We are in an unprecedented situation. Traditional crisis response tactics won’t be enough: the global shutdown is creating enormous disruptions, and we need to figure out how to get our businesses safely to the other side of the crisis. To set ourselves up to survive the ongoing storm, we need to act quickly and decisively. Here are 10 ways you can lead your organization through the crisis:
It's taken you years to build your business – you've been at the helm for its successes, helped it recover from setbacks, and created an incredible legacy that you're proud of. So what's next?
You may be at a point in your life when you’ve started thinking about scaling back, maybe eventually handing over the reins to a family member or trusted employee(s). But how do you ensure that transition is successful – that it doesn’t just preserve your legacy,
As a key executive in a privately-owned business, you may find yourself feeling differently than the founder/owner about the direction the business is taking. After you’ve put a good chunk of your career into helping the company grow, running up against resistance to your vision can be frustrating.
Disagreements can be based on a host of scenarios: passive owners, multiple owners with competing priorities, resistance from family
Topics: Business Transition
Owner Resource Group is pleased to offer valuable Year-End Tax Planning Advice from our friends at accounting firm Maxwell, Locke and Ritter. Hopefully these tips will help set you and your business up for success as we all continue to navigate changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017.
2019 YEAR-END TAX PLANNING LETTER
Dear Clients and Friends:
Topics: Business Tax Planning
You’ve put a lot of sweat equity into your business, and you’re invested (both financially and emotionally) in seeing it succeed. But what happens when you want to step back a bit – or step down completely? What if the competitive landscape in your industry has changed and you must adapt? Are you up for the challenge at this point in your life? Do you want to give loyal employees the opportunity to take on these challenges – or start passing the torch on to the next generation of family members?
Topics: Business Transition