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Reference no. NAC2602
Published by: NACRA - North American Case Research Association
Published in: "The Case Research Journal", 2007
Length: 14 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This is a decision-based case written from the point of view of the two owners, John Elton and Mark Martin. John and Mark have been working with an IBG Executive Vice President, Darin Good, who was in charge of the Mile High Tree Farm Company sale process. They had been working together for five years: the first four years as Darin provided free consulting to help the company owners develop their business and one more year to finalize the potential sale prospects of this company. Was the company finally ready for sale or should the owners continue to hold and develop the business? There are various tasks to perform before this key decision can be made.

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Abstract

This is a decision-based case written from the point of view of the two owners, John Elton and Mark Martin. John and Mark have been working with an IBG Executive Vice President, Darin Good, who was in charge of the Mile High Tree Farm Company sale process. They had been working together for five years: the first four years as Darin provided free consulting to help the company owners develop their business and one more year to finalize the potential sale prospects of this company. Was the company finally ready for sale or should the owners continue to hold and develop the business? There are various tasks to perform before this key decision can be made.

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