North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 173: David Shavzin, The Value Track
David Shavzin, Founder and President of The Value Track, explains how he gets business owners on “the value track,” methodically building the value of their business in preparation for a successful sale or transition in the future. “North Fulton Business Radio” is hosted by John Ray and is broadcast from inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta.
David Shavzin, The Value Track
David Shavzin created The Value Track to help business owners build value and create a path toward a successful exit. Too often, they have not built the value they need and are unprepared when the time comes to put their transition into action.
Since 2000, David has helped business owners get on The Value Track. He helps them think through their long-term goals and plans, educates them on business value and brings the right – collaborative – advisory team around the table. He then assists in the implementation of value-growth initiatives, guiding them to a successful transition (sale, family transfer, etc.) His 7-step process improves their quality of life and allows them to exit on their own terms.
A frequent speaker on these topics, David is a Certified Management Consultant, former IMC Georgia chapter president and President and Co-Founder of Exit Planning Exchange Atlanta, formed to bring advisors together in a collaborative effort to serve their clients.
His early career was in banking and finance, then 12 years with life sciences company Sanofi/Aventis. He spent 4 years in corporate finance and Mergers & Acquisitions. Then, 8 leading teams responsible for Quality, Finance, Supply Chain, Customer Service and IT functions within a $175M subsidiary.
“North Fulton Business Radio” is broadcast from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX®, located inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta. Renasant Bank has humble roots, starting in 1904 as a $100,000 bank in a Lee County, Mississippi, bakery. Since then, Renasant has grown to become one of the Southeast’s strongest financial institutions with approximately $12.9 billion in assets and more than 190 banking, lending, wealth management and financial services offices in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. All of Renasant’s success stems from each of their banker’s commitment to investing in their communities as a way of better understanding the people they serve. At Renasant Bank, they understand you because they work and live alongside you every day.