The Challenges Facing Women-Owned Businesses: A Discussion with Julie Keyes of KeyeStrategies

March 4, 2021
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Today’s episode is a discussion about women-owned businesses. Chris Cuneo and Josh Bobich, members of the firm’s Owner-Managed and Closely Held Businesses Team, are joined by Julie Keyes, the founder of KeyeStrategies, an experienced entrepreneur, host of the Poised for Exit podcast, and the author of Poised for Exit: A Woman Entrepreneur’s Guide to Business Transition

The group discuss a variety of topics relating to ownership by women of lower middle market businesses, including why growth trends experienced in women ownership of sole proprietorships aren’t being replicated in businesses with more employees, infrastructure and exit plans, the challenges that women owners of lower middle market businesses face, the advantages that those owners can leverage, and the professional groups formed to support women-owned businesses.

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