How Core Values Helped Jay B Sauceda Build and Sell a $14 Million Business 

J.B. Sauceda built a logistics company that helped brands like Howler Brothers ship online orders. At their peak, Sauceda’s company had a 150,000 square foot warehouse, 150 employees and was on track to hit $14 million in annual sales when a fateful meeting at an industry conference led to make an acquisition offer Sauceda couldn’t refuse. In this episode, you’ll discover how to:

  • Recruit hourly workers.
  • Write a job description that garners attention from candidates.
  • Retain and drive engagement among hourly workers.
  • Reduce your company’s reliance on you (even if your surname is in your company name).
  • Reprimand employees without losing your cool (or your staff).
  • Value your company in a partnership break up.
  • Adjust your EBITDA to boost the value of your business.
  • Avoid the most common reasons acquisition offers fall apart.
  • Negotiate a Letter of Intent with an acquirer.
  • Deal with life after you sell.
  • Delineate between a leader and a manager.

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