Corporate Undertaker: Business Lessons from the Dead and Dying by Aversa, Domenic

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Corporate Undertaker: Business Lessons from the Dead and Dying

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"Not since first reading Stephen Covey...have I read such a life-changing, inspiring business book....A brilliant book and one I recommend to every single business owner and entrepreneur." --N.N. Light, Top 500 Amazon Reviewer

For more than 25 years, Domenic Aversa has worked as a crisis manager and corporate restructuring professional. He has advised and operated small and middle-market companies in 45 different industries and worked through every possible extreme with his clients, including coup attempts in developing countries, the dot.com bust, 9/11, Ponzi schemes, corrupt bankers, and the Great Recession. In Corporate Undertaker: Business Lessons from the Dead and Dying, he shares his best advice for dealing with adversity and crisis.

There are 50 practical lessons in this book; all designed to help you take immediate action. You'll learn how to:

  • dramatically improve cash-flow through a period of crisis
  • preserve the most value in your company while restructuring
  • create emotional stability in and around your company
  • effectively communicate with your bank and investors
  • retain key employees and critical customers
  • manage and restructure current debt with all creditors
  • address potential and existing lawsuits
  • prepare for a bankruptcy filing
  • effectively manage a partial liquidation or sale of a business
  • recover from a "corporate death"

If you're looking for answers in today's tumultuous business environment, Corporate Undertaker has them.



About the Author
Aversa, Domenic: - As an entrepreneur and managerial consultant, Domenic Aversa is sought after by both global business leaders and government agencies. He has actively assisted companies in dramatic transition for more than 25 years. His experience with corporate restructurings ranges from crisis management to recession preparation and recovery to global market transition. In addition to helping many businesses in the United States, he has helped command-economy companies, such as those in China and Russia, transition to market-economy practices. Domenic has served as an educational speaker and managerial advisor on international business development and insolvency issues for many business and academic institutions. Audiences have included the Harvard Business School and the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

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