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Steven Carr is a senior communications consultant with experience in public relations, crisis communications, investor relations and capital-raising for private and publicly held companies. Sectors in which he has particular experience include financial services (commercial and investment banking, property insurance), business services, energy including sustainable energy, and industrial goods.
Steve holds a J.D. from John Marshall Law School, has served on non-profit boards for North Park University and Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, and been a long-serving officer and director of the National Investor Relations Institute.
He is a frequent guest lecturer and author of Compliance & Ethics Professional, Ethikos, ACG Journal, a book-length work on reputation management to be published in 2020.
In this episode, we discuss:
• Steven’s background in investor relationships and law shape the way he deals in his business brokerage
• How an introvert can use acting like an extrovert to be an excellent communicator and work well with clients
• How to start thinking of starting a business, buying a business, and building a business plan to get there
• Why business owners often forget to have an exit plan, and that they are still attached to the business even after it is sold or closed
I hope you will find this episode as exciting and informative as I have. Steven has a unique approach to business brokerage and understands how to communicate well with business owners.
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