Selling your Business
With careful planning and attention to detail, you can maximize the value of your business and ensure a smooth transition for all involved parties when you sell your company. Here's how.
Selling your business is a significant milestone, signifying the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. As you embark on this new journey, here are some tips to approach it.
Answering these questions honestly will help ensure that you get the most value for your life's work.
Here are five important steps to prepare you for selling your business.
Planning for a profitable sale should start even before you open your company.
You don't need to immediately leave after selling your company -- instead, you can transition out more gradually and gracefully.
Selling your business is more achievable than you think when you've set yourself up correctly.
To avoid walking away with less cash, you must develop counter-tactics to preserve or increase your purchase price. Here are 10 negotiation strategies that might help.
Although a cash sale is usually preferred, seller financing opens the door to buyers who don't have the funds for a cash purchase. With a bigger buyer pool, you stand a better chance of selling at the right price, at the right time, and to the right buyer.
There are plenty of ways for mergers to fall through, but not all are destined for failure. Follow five steps to prevent any last-minute meltdowns.
Running a company takes one set of skills. Fully capitalizing on beckoning opportunities requires another -- and an awareness of your market.
Warren Webster, CEO of Coveteur and co-founder of Patch, tells his story of life after selling his company.
The numbers are important, but your relationship with whom you are crunching the numbers with is even more important.