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Time to Sell? Put Your Strengths First – Business Article

2. Maintaining Normal Operations Selling a business can be very demanding and underscores, once again, the value of working with an M&A advisor. An advisor will focus on selling your business so that you have more time to focus on the day-to-day of running your business. The last thing you want is to waste your time on buyers who are not serious. Remember, if your business suffers as a result of the time you spend away from operating it during…

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What Sellers Don’t Expect When Selling Their Companies – Business Article

Everyone Must Be Considered Many mid-sized, privately-held companies also have minority stockholders or family members who have an interest in the business. The managing owner may be the majority stockholder, but in today’s business world, minority stockholders have strong rights. The owner must deal with these people – first in getting an agreement to sell, then convincing them about the price and terms. A “fairness opinion” can help resolve some of the pricing issues. Minority stockholders and family interests must…

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Maintaining Confidentiality Throughout the Sale Process – Business Article

A breach in confidentiality can negatively impact everyone from suppliers and vendors to creditors. For example, vendors could change their terms and this, in turn, could have a major, negative impact on cash flow. There can be a chain reaction of events that spirals out of control. Negative Outcomes of a Confidentiality Breach The potential negative outcomes of a breach in confidentiality are numerous. For example, if employees and customers learn you are trying to sell, they could grow concerned…

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