Brokerage Matters

Brokerage Matters. Should you name your business when selling?

This is the daunting conundrum that hundreds of business owners face every year. Some businesses may not benefit by putting their business name or brand out to the market, due to the style and size of the business. Others may not achieve any interest unless they are prepared to put their name up in lights.
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Brokerage Matters. Timing is Everything

Like most industries, business brokers have their quiet and busy times, often dictated by the local economy, interest rates, current affairs or simply by coincidence, when buyers and sellers could be active or just sit back and wait.
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Brokerage Matters. Think BIG!

While chatting with old friends recently they mentioned being bored with their jobs in middle management, due to the lack of opportunity to better themselves and the insecurity of being employed. They are at a cross roads and mentioned how wonderful it would be to own a business.
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Brokerage Matters. Changes to Franchising Code of Conduct.

The Franchising Code of Conduct. set to get easier. This comes at a time where we are seeing resurgence through strong buyer demand for franchises. Over the past month we have achieved several franchise sales in a diverse range of industries, totalling more than $4 million in value.
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Brokerage Matters. An evolving industry

Like many industries, business broking encounters the highs and lows caused by economic change. We also witness busy and quiet periods throughout the year, so it’s fair to say that we’re prepared for change.
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Brokerage Matters. Can I Sell My Business To A Competitor?

Up until recent years, most business owners would never have contemplated selling their business to a competitor. There are several reasons for this, generally it was due to the competitive rivalry they had developed, or the obvious one; “I don’t want them to see my figures.”
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Brokerage Matters. Make Yourself Redundant

Most successful businesses are carefully guided by hands-on owner operators who have an in-depth understanding of all facets of their business, including administration, staff roles, customers, sales and marketing, suppliers and service providers.
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