Landlords have more control over your business than you think Wendy did everything she was coached to do. She was approaching retirement, and after 25 years, she was ready to sell her business to fund the next phase in her life. Her books were clean with properly noted expenses, she had 5 loyal employees, and. . .
Considering selling your business may be the largest transaction you will do in your lifetime, choosing the right business broker to represent and market your business is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. It’s logical to think that a broker familiar in your industry is a good thing, right? Maybe not. The data suggests. . .
Whew, didn’t see that coming. The first two quarters of 2020 have been devastating for some businesses. If you had plans to sell your business this year, is that still possible? And without selling for a huge discount? We interviewed respected North Florida business broker, Bianca Evans, Transworld to get her thoughts. What movement in. . .
In this video Bianca Evans, business broker discusses the preferences of sellers to keep the impending business sale confidential. Most of the time, it’s important that employees and competitors find out after the deal is closed.
Here’s what you need to know about your facility when you are selling your business. Whether you lease or own, Bianca Evans discusses: – Time left on your lease, and how you may need your landlords help SBA lease requirements for buyer financing – How to package a business and space if you own both