True Small Giants companies and leaders approach business differently. And that approach includes growth and exits. In this blog, Michael Whelchel of Big Path Capital shares key pieces of wisdom to keep in mind when weighing your exit strategy options as a purpose-driven leader.
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After building a successful career in engineering and manufacturing, Zawadi Bryant was surprised when her friend, Dr. Anastasia Gentles, approached her about starting an after-hours, pediatric urgent care center — where Zawadi would be the Chief Executive Officer.
This article originally appeared on Forbes.com.
The process for getting a raise at my company used to be super easy, until I learned that most people didn’t know what it was, and if they did, they were terrified.
By many measures, Askinosie Chocolate is a small company — they work in small, artisan batches, they focus on developing their 17 employees, and they're not afraid to hit the breaks and decelerate in order to achieve goals other than growth for growth's sake. But the impact of Askinosie Chocolate is anything but small.