||What will happen when the Baby Boomers step down from active productivity? The largest, wealthiest, most acquisitive and competitive generation in American history is about to pass the baton. John Dini, guest of Ray Champney and Mike Havel, has been educating audiences about the coming perfect storm. The retirement of two-thirds of America’s small company owners will intersect with a generation that is much smaller, less entrepreneurial, and has a variety of options they find more appealing than business ownership. On Thursday, June 5 at the Texas Star Conference Center, John F. Dini speaks about “Beating the Boomer Bust” to business owners and their advisors throughout the United States. His eye opening statistics and inescapable logic provides business owners with a competitive advantage in the approaching buyer’s market for small companies. “Beating the Boomer Bust” is a fast-paced look at the statistical inevitability of a shrinking market for sellers of small businesses, and what an owner needs to do to be successful in the last, biggest competition of the Boomers’ careers. Boomers are the largest, wealthiest, most competitive and best educated generation in American history. The Baby Boomers drove a consumer and service economy to an unequaled streak of expansion for over 50 years. They also increased the annual rate of small business formation by almost 250%. Now, millions of Boomer business owners are preparing to move on.