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Buying and Selling a Business Archives - Bplans Blog
This article is part of our “Business Startup Guide” – a curated list of our articles that will get you up and running in no time! Have you ever dreamed of building a company so successful that after only a few years you were able to sell it to a bigger company? Then, you could take your...
There’s a lot to think about when you’re looking to sell. From keeping your operations smooth to scouting potential buyers, getting ready to pass along your business takes a lot of work. However, this process is easier if your company is an attractive option for potential buyers. To find out how successful founders had managed...
Startups looking for angel investors or venture capital (VC) absolutely need an exit strategy because investors require it. The exit is what gives them a return. Exit strategies related to startup funding are quite often misunderstood: The “exit” in exit strategy is for the money, not the startup founders or small business owners. The...
If you’ve got your eye on a new business, you’ve got a lot of research to do. We know you’ll ask for financial records, look into the economic stability
of the area, and be critical of the asking price, but it’s hard to uncover everything there is to know about a company. To make an...
A product or service may generate additional revenue through advertising if there is benefit from creating additional awareness, communicating differentiating attributes, hidden qualities or benefits. Optimizing the opportunity may involve leveraging strong emotional buying motives and potential benefits.
The franchise model has been called the greatest business model ever invented. But, how did it begin? How did franchising start?
This question was posted on my “ask me” page on my timberry.com site. I can’t promise to answer all the questions I get, but I try, and I’m particularly happy when I get one whose answer might be useful to other people. Those I post here or on my main blog. This question came from...
Too often, the shareholders of businesses wait until they are ready to sell their business to start planning for an exit. However, a lack of planning today may cause you to lose value when you ultimately are ready to go sip margaritas on the beach. Here are six best practices to follow before you want...
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