Plancorp’s Larry Guess Recognized as a “Top St. Louisan to Know”

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 Julie Willbrand By: Julie Willbrand
Larry Guess - SBM Award
Larry Guess was recognized at Small Business Monthly's “Top 100 Luncheon" April 19 at the St. Charles Convention Center.

Small Business Monthly named Larry Guess, Director of Plancorp’s Exit Strategy Planning division, to its list of “Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know.” Click here to view the recognition and complete list of winners.

Having formerly owned, bought and sold businesses himself, Larry now helps business owners at all stages develop exit strategies. He has developed a multi-phase approach, beginning with gathering data and assessing post-exit goals before moving on to business analysis and valuation.
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A St. Louis native, Julie returned to her hometown to join the Plancorp team as Marketing Manager in 2016. Julie graduated magna cum laude from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She then spent two years in San Francisco, working in both agency and consultant roles to manage her clients’ content, advertising, PR and event marketing campaigns. More »

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