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In Process
Conversations about business in the 21st century

Host Evelyn Ashley brings you conversations with business experts featuring new ideas, tools and techniques to help you and your business grow and succeed. Business involves constant change and challenges, so it's good to have Trusted Counsel on your side.

Presented by Atlanta-based law firm Trusted Counsel.

Nov 18, 2016

We’ve talked a lot about selling your business. We’ve talked about getting your financials ready. We’ve talked about legal contracts, estate planning, and timing, too. But this week we’re speaking with Darrell Mays, a seasoned entrepreneur and executive who’s been through the process himself. Mays is presently...


Nov 7, 2016

Some of the companies with the most efficient operations are also the ones who have the hardest time growing. It’s a counterintuitive idea, but it’s one that has been supported by research and that serves as the basis for this week’s episode of In Process. Joining us on the show this week are Art Saxby and Beth...


Oct 12, 2016

Selling a business comes with a lot of uncertainties, but while a would-be seller can’t always control which parties are interested in buying, the seller does control the way the business is managed and scaled leading up to the sale—and the way they use their leverage in negotiations. George Shea and Manan Shah...


Oct 6, 2016

This week, we did something unprecedented on In Process: we talked about law. “The whole point of a transaction is to sell a business, which means that it has to have some fundamental building blocks. A business has to have contracts that protect them from a legal liability standpoint, but also support recurring...


Sep 22, 2016

We are two episodes into our series of podcasts about what businesses and their chief executives should be thinking about in order to get themselves to a point where they're ready to be sold. This week on In Process, Donna Barwick of Wilmington Trust joins the show to discuss the importance of estate planning. Much...