BPM’s Edward Webb Quoted in the Wall Street Journal
As bars across the country feel the impacts of COVID-19 – either from shelter-in-place closures or limitations to indoor or outdoor-only seating requirements, many owners are scraping by to survive. BPM Partner Edward Webb sat down with the Wall Street Journal to discuss business ownership transition strategies for bar owners looking to get out.
Read the full article on the Wall Street Journal website.
About Edward Webb
Edward has over 30 years of experience in consulting and financial management, including specific experience in business restructuring and leadership advisory services. Prior to BPM, Edward was a Partner at a boutique advisory services firm providing financial analysis, fiduciary services and the resolution of problem asset situations nationwide. He also spent nine years at a national accounting and consulting firm where he developed significant experience in business valuation, business startups and executive leadership. Edward began his career managing the problem-asset portfolio in the successful turnaround of a large East Coast thrift.
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BPM has been assisting companies for over 30 years by drawing on the strength of a full suite of professional and industry expertise. Our team of professionals comes from a variety of backgrounds with just one goal: to restore and enhance the value of our clients’ businesses in every situation. Remember, change can happen fast. If BPM is engaged early in the process, our clients have the highest likelihood of success and of achieving peace of mind. Visit Business Ownership Transition to learn more.