Our show today featured John Curry, a repeat guest of Poised for Exit. John is the CEO of Knutson Construction and is doing impressive things at the helm in the two years since his appointment.
John is the 3rd Generation in his family owned business and he’s made some great strides in growing the infrastructure of the business the past few years by hiring LEED certified professionals and by really having the whole team focus on who best to position the company for growth from an internal perspective. The construction industry is changing and staying ahead of that along with a close eye on day to day operations is a delicate balancing act that John’s gotten pretty good at!
John exclaims that working with outside advisers has made a “giant” impact in how they run the business, make improvements and identify their best prospects for future growth. Delivering their work as a Best in Class organization from every angle is something they constantly strive for and as John says, they never pretend to have all the answers. In other words, they’re intentionally humble and listen to the advice they’re given. That core value and belief has helped them lay the strong foundation needed to take the business to new heights.
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Julie Keyes, a life-time entrepreneur and founder of KeyeStrategies, understands what keeps an owner up at night and the balancing act required to work both ‘in’ and ‘on’ the business. The firm’s mission is to help business owners increase enterprise value and prepare for a future exit.
Julie believes in providing outside perspective and mentoring, which made all the difference for her while spending years growing and improving her companies before selling and becoming a business adviser in 2011.