Archive for the ‘Sell a Business’ Category

Enhances Selling Your Business

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

A transition plan that allows the business owner to sell the business for the highest price possible in the shortest amount of time to the most qualified buyer is generally the top of the wish list for most business owners. Because the business owner lives and breathes their business they become emotionally attached to their customers, employees, suppliers and other business partners as the business is a reflection of who they are. (more…)

Sell a Business

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Selling a privately held business is a complex process. Unlike shares of a publicly held company that can be readily liquidated in a day or two by selling them on the stock market, there is no ‘ready made market’ or exchange for selling a privately held business. (more…)

Before selling your business, consider several questions

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

A recent article advises business founders to consider several questions before selling a business.

First, owners need to determine what kind of business person they are. Some simply begin a company with the intention of selling it and moving on, while others enjoy the longevity of making a company sustainable.

Read the rest of this entry »

A few notes on professional business brokers when selling a company

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

When the time comes, selling a business is really about a series of decisions.

How much is the business worth? How do you go about valuating the business? What type of organization might be interested in buying or at least investing in the company? How should one go about finding such prospects? (more…)

Bizilla is now offering Commercial Real Estate Agent accounts for business listings with real estate included.

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Our Commercial Real Estate Agent package offers great features to get you listings the exposure you need to start connecting with interested business buyers and entrepreneurs today. (more…)

New York Business Brokerage is uniquely qualified to sell your business.

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

If you have a business for sale, New York Business Brokerage Inc. can confidentially and professionally manage all phases of your business transfer. We can help determine your business’s value, create a comprehensive marketing plan to attract qualified buyers, and negotiate on your behalf to maximize the price and terms of your transaction. (more…)

$30 billion Comcast-NBCU deal extended an additional three months

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Following prolonged deliberations among federal regulators, the proposed merger of Comcast and NBC-Universal has been extended an additional three months. The deal, which was first announced over a year ago, has Comcast purchasing NBCU from current majority holder General Electric in a $30 billion transaction.

Read the rest of this entry »

Keeping a valuation number in mind

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Small businesses owners, regardless of their ambitions, at some point will likely be faced with the prospect of selling their company. Accordingly, many business owners keep a certain number in their head – a valuation – for when a buyout is first offered.

It is common for a small business owner to estimate the value of his or her company when it is first launched, but the fast-paced, high-pressure operations of finding new customers, achieving profits, developing new ideas and products and hiring new employees can dissuade an owner from selling a business they’ve put so much time and effort into. (more…)

A few points to consider when buying a business

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Buying a company can be an exciting move for any business, as it usually brings with it promises of growth, new personnel and new revenue lines. But it is also a tremendously complex process. Without the right help, a small business owner can drown in a sea of logistical, legal and regulatory bureaucracy.

Read the rest of this entry »

Negotiating with lawyers and brokers during a business takeover

Monday, October 25th, 2010

Buying a business is a growth strategy that is meant to provide the acquirer with a heightened presence in the marketplace, as well as give a company broader industry appeal. It can even turn a small business into a large market contender virtually overnight.
Read the rest of this entry »