Professional Resources Group
David Shavzin, CMC
Shavzin & Associates | Exit Planning, Consulting & Coaching

(770) 329-5224 | Shavzinassociates.com

Business growth, succession and exit planning. We help you understand your business value and improve the critical areas that grow that value, allowing you to transition on your own terms. We bring over 25 years of consulting and corporate experience in exit planning, mergers & acquisitions, facilitation and process improvement.

Iris Grimm
Master Performance, Inc. | Professional Coach

(770) 428-2334 | IrisGrimm.com

“Change before you have to.” Business success and life fulfillment require constant growth and recalibration. I work with leaders and their teams in varying ways to create a workplace where they perform at their best, reach the intended goals, and have fun along the way.

Josh Pitchford
Sandler Training | Partner

(770) 475-2799 | Sandler.com

I help individuals and teams in the areas of sales training and sales management training. Some areas we help with are finding better, more ideal prospects, shortening sales cycles, and protecting against commoditization.

Michael Horwitz
Transworld Business Advisors | Business Broker

(678) 427-1163 | Tworld.com

When a company owner needs to sell their business, they can’t just stick a for sale sign in the window. They need the assistance of a business broker to locate and vet potential buyers. On the other side, buyers rely on the broker to help facilitate the process of evaluating potential businesses and franchises for sale. A Transworld Business Advisor is the solution for both scenarios. Transworld Business Advisors focuses on three core concepts: business brokerage, franchise consulting, and franchise development.

Richard Kirby
Small Business Coach | Vistage Intl.

(770) 366-5875 | Vistage Video

I help business owners get the most out of their companies and themselves via group “mastermind” meetings and one-on-one coaching. Owners shift from putting out urgent fires to developing strategies and processes, moving from Fire Chief to Chief Decision Maker. Typical areas of improvement include greater focus, more planning, improved processes, more effective hiring, increased employee motivation, and growth financing.