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Adam Coleman, HRLocker’s founder, has seen his company go from strength to strength – but he is already planning his exit
Adam Coleman already knows when he wants to be out of his company and even has a date marked to start the two-year run-in to completing the switch.
The chief executive of HRLocker has set a deadline of September 21, 2025 to begin the process of exiting by September 21, 2027.
“I don’t plan on retiring, it’s the stage where I want to move onto my next project of helping new businesses coming up,” Coleman told the Business Post....
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