The Practice Life Cycle: Deciding When to Sell, Exit Options, Valuations, and Maximizing Your Practice Goals
1275 - B West Morena Blvd
San Diego, CA 92110 United States
Check-In: 5:30 PM
Dinner & refreshments provided during registration. (For special dietary requirements and additional information please contact our Media & Continuing Education Coordinator, Fernanda Parra, email@example.com or 619-275-7188)
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The dental industry is continually adapting to changing conditions such as fluctuating lending rates, new laws and regulations, the rise of dental service organizations, and unprecedented pandemics. In this presentation, David Haynes, MBA, VP National Practice Sales at Menlo Dental Transitions, will outline what the future holds for private practices and how you can best be prepared, run a successful practice, increase the value of your business and sell for a maximum profit when the time is right.
David will also initiate an in-depth discussion on practice valuations and what goes into a professional appraisal, drawing on Menlo Dental Transitions’ experience completing hundreds of appraisals and practice sales across the country.
This course is best for current practice owners.
David Haynes, MBA
David Haynes, MBA, is Vice President of National Practice Sales at Menlo Dental Transitions, a national practice transitions firm. In his role, he represents dentists across the country as they sell their practices.
David holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and an MBA with an emphasis in Finance. Before joining Menlo, he worked as a bank analyst and dental lender; in 2020, David was recognized as the nation’s highest producing dental lender at First Citizens Bank.
David presents at various associations, professional groups and community events. He especially enjoys instructing small business owners on principles of finance, investing and lending. David is a Beta Gamma Sigma inductee for his scholastic achievement and has spoken at Beta Gamma Sigma and Mesa Public Library events on how to access credit for small business owners. He is also a former college instructor teaching Financing New Ventures.
David lives in Arizona with his family and spends his free time dirt biking, golfing or escaping the heat in San Diego to improve his sailing skills.