Succession planning a part of growth

At times, being an illustrator invites one to confront a topic such as the one that’s in the title of this post.

Through this job I’ve discovered a whole universe in which term: Succession planning, is in a daily use.

These people are: Advisers. They their advisory firms that hold hardly any tangible assets, apart from the knowledge, experience and the reputation these firms earned themselves through the years. When it comes to passing on these companies to the next generation, there is a great issue of: how to asses their value, and how to maintain the assets within the company.

So here are the three illustrations I have made for the article, together with the first rough, which was apparently too complex, but I like it.

Succession Planning

Succession Planning

How much is your advisory practice worth?

How much is your advisory practice worth?

Image Four case studies

Four case studies

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