Exciting Announcement

Dear Clients, Family, Friends, and Associates:

I have some exciting news to share with you!

Effective today, April 30, I have launched a new company, GT Growth & Transition Strategies, LLC (gtGrowth).

Although most of the services are the same as currently offered, this new company allows me to better brand and market these services, and showcase my passion for helping my clients grow their businesses and prepare for their future exits. The new company and brand also allow me to take my practice to the next level, further assisting business owners in achieving their goals.

gtGrowth is focused on helping owners of privately-held companies use their businesses to achieve their personal goals. We help companies grow and build wealth through increased profitability, improvements in cash flow, and increases in business value. We also help plan for and guide business owners through the complex world of exit planning, as business owners contemplate their future transition.

A little about me and the experience I use to help clients: after a 20-year career in private business, working in various financial management roles, I have been advising business owners since 2001, with the past 10 years as a Partner with B2B CFO Partners, LLC, focusing on New England businesses. I have conducted a number of local presentations on growth strategies and exit planning, as well as national webinars and live presentations outside of New England.

Services offered by gtGrowth include:
Business advisory services
Business exit strategy planning
Strategic planning and business modeling
Cash flow analysis, evaluation and improvement.
Evaluating systems and processes and implementing necessary changes.
Financial forecasting, budgeting, and reporting.
Development of business plans.
Assisting business owners with acquisition and sale activities.
Mentoring of finance staff
For additional information on gtGrowth, please call me at 401-651-1585 or email me at frank@gtGrowth.com.

I welcome the opportunity to speak with you.

Wishing you the best,
Frank