Building Wealth-Building Partnerships with The Fair Partner Equity Formula
•Think a 50/50 partnership is fair? What you bring to a partnership is vastly different and should be priced differently than what your partner brings. Understand the value of your assets BEFORE signing an agreement.
•Fighting with your partners about finances and who does what? Save the partnership, the business, and money by evaluating what assets each person brings to the relationship and what they are worth. The Fair Partner Equity Formula will guide you through it.
•Nothing is equal. What you bring to your business partnership whether it is hard assets or soft assets is worth differently than what your partner(s) bring. So how to decide on the money split? The Fair Partner Equity Formula shows you how to figure out what you bring, what it is worth, and how to talk to your partner.
At this mind-expanding workshop, Hugh Stewart will present the full Fair Partnership Equity Formula.
The FPEF shows individuals how to craft and structure their partnerships in a fair and equitable way. It also assists in transforming existing businesses into something that business owners can be proud of.
When you attend, you will be provided with the tools to conduct the often difficult conversations with your business partner that will allow each party to walk away with resolution.
Course highlights include:
•Determining how to list the operation and asset contribution from each partner
•Assigning value to each form of contribution
•Determining who operational compensation will be given to
•Discussion on how to negotiate the “fairness” of total compensation for each partner
•How to execute the compensation plan with restructured equity
•When to re-evaluate the fairness of the plan.
When you pre-register and attend, you will be provided with the FPEF workbook and the opportunity go deeper with an optional purchase of the entire program at a discount.
In attendance will be Doug Fath, FPEF Mentor & Coaching Coordinator. Additionally, there are plans for Britnie Turner to attend a portion of the workshop.