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Entrepreneur's M&A Journal

By Jim Cumbee

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Entrepreneur's M&A Journal is a weekly podcast dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and investors gain a competitive advantage when making decisions about buying, selling or launching a business. Hosted by Lawyer and Harvard MBA Jim Cumbee, each weekly podcast is an interview with a successful been there/done that business owner or professional advisor. Through their real-life stories, you will be inspired, empowered, and maybe even a bit smarter.

Customer Reviews

For buyers or sellers, this is a must listen to podcast

Jim is a great interviewer and his shows are to the point with actionable advice. If you’re buying or selling a business, or think you might down the road, this is a must listen to podcast!

Jessica Rhodes

M&A Nuggets of Info - Well Produced

These interviews are full of valuable information about buying/selling companies. At 20 minutes each, they are the perfect length, I can listen to one driving to work and another one driving home.

Great M&A Wisdom in Bite Sized Chunks

I got turned on to the M&A Journal podcast though a Nashville friend who has worked with Jim in the past. I was thrilled to be able to listen in on the back room type information regarding how deals work, what to think about, whom to have “in your corner” when you negotiate, etc.

While it is a plus that I’m in Nashville too, this information is universal to any part of the planet.

Being a new entrepreneur myself, I had never dealt with any of this since I built my business from the ground up. I’ve listened to about 10 of the interviews, and continue to try and catch up on all the past podcasts as I feel they are making me a better businessman.

The interviews last from 10-20 minutes. My one criticism is that Jim seems to try to keep them short, but in my experience, I don’t mind listening to long podcasts (1-2 hours even) since I do it in my car while fighting Nashville traffic. If he gets a guest that has a particularly deep knowledge or story, I hope he will take the time to allow that depth to be discussed.

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