From the monthly archives: July 2013

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Deal Momentum: A Key Factor When Selling Your Company

When selling a business, time is not your friend. Time is the enemy of all deals. In fact, "Time kills all deals" is an expression that can be associated with a number of different industries but is especially relevant to business acquisitions. So, the key to a successful deal is to prepare well, come out strong, and maintain momentum throughout the business sale process. The deal clock is set in motion as soon as your company hits the business-for-sale market, not later in the process when a buyer presents the first offer.

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Why Not Sell The Business On Your Own?

There are very logical reasons why you don't see public "Business For Sale" signs posted on reputable, profitable companies. Why? Because that sign would soon be replaced with "Going Out Of Business Sale." Consider the following points. First, even if the you don't actually hang a "For Sale" sign outside the window, trying to sell it on your own through classified ads, or, heaven forbid, by word of mouth, for instance, threatens the business' reputation and future.

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