Program matches retiring business owners with younger entrepreneurs
About a year ago, veterinarians Julie Ebert and Casey Thomas received postcards from The University of Kansas Redefining Retirement program asking if they were interested in selling or purchasing a veterinary clinic within the next six months to a year. The timing of the postcards couldn’t have been better. Thomas, who had run Flint Hills Veterinary Hospital in Junction City for more than 30 years, was preparing to retire, while Ebert, who had been a veterinarian for about 19 years and was working in Manhattan, was looking to establish her own practice. Both veterinarians responded to the Redefining Retirement inquiry, and within a short time began negotiating a transfer of ownership...Read More
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