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Our Priorities

Managing Change

Exit Consulting Group is a premiere exit strategy management firm built upon the experience of professionals who have sharpened their skills by starting, growing, managing, and selling multiple companies of their own.

Exit & Answers

“Exit and Answers is an essential companion for small business owners and entrepreneurs who are considering selling their businesses. It’s full of real-life situations, examples, and insight from a business owner and entrepreneur who has been in his readers’ shoes many times.” —David Titus, Windward Ventures

Proven Success

From family businesses to companies with several founding partners, Exit Consulting has successfully managed and implemented smooth transitions for privately owned companies worldwide. Transitions range from establishing clear plans for multi-generational success, helping disinterested partners gracefully exit and mediating the sale of the company.

Firms We Have Worked With

Procopio Seltzer Caplan McManon Vitek Objective Capital PettitKohn Considine & Considine


Exit Consulting Group has a unique ability for cutting to core issues without wasting time, and keeping an exit strategy as simple as possible.

David A. Ferrell

CEO/President, Technology Consulting Group,Inc.

As a CFP working with small business owners for over 25 years, I can tell you that you will most likely sell your business only one time. You had better get it right! Exit Consulting Group has the experience, knowledge, and depth to make things happen—the right way!

Jeff Lysaught, CFP®

Managing Director, The Hunter Group

Interested in selling your business but don’t know where to start? Finally, there is a resource that pulls it all together for you.

Otto Sorensen

Attorney at Law

Small business owners and entrepreneurs have a faithful companion to help them understand better the ins and outs and ups and downs of selling or exiting a business.

Brian Willoughby