Whether you’re in the process of selling a business or plan to in the future, being aware of the earn-out is important to the potential financial pay out.
Here, we take a look at the ten most common mistakes of selling your business and how to avoid making them.
Having been part of team behind Ormsby Street’s rapid growth, Robert Drury had to plan his next move after existing the business in search of a new challenge.
Ormsby Street founder Martin Campbell explains why he’s cutting ties with his business.
Some five years ago the government would not contemplate it, companies were not planning for it, and no-one was seriously predicting it. The ‘it’ in question is Brexit. Alongside Donald Trump as president, the once unthinkable referendum result made 2016 an unpredictable year. This has led to some considering a business exit.
Jan Cavelle continues her diary series, charting the decline of her manufacturing firm, by explaining how a succession plan was never really put in place.
Despite the uncertainty still affecting world markets, KBS Corporate claimed 2017 would be the perfect year for selling a business.
There comes a time for most entrepreneurs to exit their business; whether to release funds for a new venture, retirement or some other reason. But to get the best price requires considerable preparation when declaring a business for sale.
Growing a company to sell for profit is one of the most guaranteed ways to achieving wealth. However, the time will eventually come when a business owner will decide it’s time for them to shut up shop and move on from the business they helped shape.
Don’t underestimate the power of a good business transfer agent (BTA) – if you’re on a mission to sell your company then a BTA will go a long way in giving professional and practical help to take you through the process.
Two years after buying Island Air to help people fly from other Hawaiian islands to the Larry Ellison-owned resort destination Lanai, he is looking to sell, according to Rick Daysog at Hawaii News Now and airline industry historian Peter Forman.
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