The Principium Group today announced the publication of Ron Edmonds’ latest book,  Charting a Course-Vivant Landscape Considers Acquisitions. Charting a Course is an introduction to thinking about acquisitions for lawn and landscape business owners and others in the green industry. Through a fictional narrative of one green industry business’s consideration of acquisition strategy, it explores the growth objectives that can be addressed by executing an acquisition strategy in the green industry, including lawn, landscape and similar businesses. The author draws on his experience in working with hundreds of green industry businesses to help business owners understand the process of developing their own growth strategies involving acquisitions.

Ron Edmonds is a frequent writer and speaker on topics related to green industry mergers & acquisitions, exit planning and capital formation.  He is also the author of Green Exit-Exit Planning for Lawn and Landscape Business Owners, How to Sell Your Green Business and the companion volume, Toolkit for Selling Your Green Business.  He also publishes and edits the widely-read monthly electronic newsletter, Green Industry Merger & Acquisition News

Charting a Course is published by Fast Pencil, Inc.  Charting a Course  is available today from the publisher in both paperback and e-book formats at www.fastpencil.com.  It will also be available soon from Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers.
Through October 15, a free PDF download of Charting a Course is available at chartingacourse.biz.

The Principium Group is a leading advisory firm serving the green industry in the areas of mergers & acquisitions, exit planning and capital formation.  Find them on the web at http://www.PrincipiumGroup.com.  They also sponsor SellMyGreenBusiness.com and GreenMergerNews.com.For additional information, please contact Ron Edmonds at 888-229-5740 or redmonds@principiumgroup.com.
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