Exit Strategy is the method by which a venture capitalist or business owner intends to get out of an investment that he has made. In other words, the exit strategy is a way of “cashing out” an investment. Examples include an initial public offering (IPO) or being bought out by a larger player in the industry. (Source: InvestOpedia)

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Exit Strategy
Definition of "Exit Strategy" by Chat GPT: An exit strategy is a planned approach for leaving a business, investment or other venture. It outlines the steps that need to be taken in order to dispose of or transfer ownership of the asset or investment in question. Exit strategies can be important for investors or business owners who want to minimize their risk and maximize their returns by selling assets, transferring ownership, or otherwise exiting a venture. This can involve selling to another company or individual, going public, or simply closing down the business. A sound exit strategy is often considered an essential part of any investment or business plan.
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