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Why you should always have a ‘happy exit’ plan for your startup

When serial entrepreneur, K Srikrishna, was asked by one of his early advisors, Pravin Madhani (also a serial entrepreneur), “when do you plan to sell your business?” merely a couple of years into his startup, it upset him to no end.

He went home to his wife and said, “I’m never going to meet this guy again!”

However, Srikrishna later understood the essence of what Pravin was trying to say, and the two remain friends till date. Pravin is, in fact, one of the people featured in Srikrishna’s book, ‘The Art Of A Happy Exit: How Smart Entrepreneurs Sell Their Business’, published by HarperCollins in March.

The book is an attempt to help entrepreneurs prepare for all that selling a business involves, including the mental impact of it.

The book chronicles the stories of twenty entrepreneurs across India and the US who’ve sold their startups to varying degrees of happiness.

K Srikrishna’s book attempts to help entrepreneurs prepare for all that selling a business involves

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