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Blog Post Buying A Business - Tips For Ensuring A Smooth Transition Into Business Ownership

Contributor: Jordan Green at 925-701-8064 X314, 925-785-2282 (Cell) - Log In To Message/Email This Contributor

If a business buyer is purchasing a successful business, then it is of utmost importance that little is done to interrupt the ebbs and flows of business right away. 

As the buyer and new owner of a business, emotions will be running high after the successful close of the deal: you will have the business that you’ve wanted to purchase, and employees will more than likely be concerned about the future direction of the business and their job security. 

There will be much to learn and an adjustment period to get used to your new surroundings, so it is wise to take full advantage of your training period with the seller, as outlined in your purchase agreement. While training periods vary from business to business, you will want to ensure that you have plenty of time to learn the finer details of your new business.

It is during this period that you should also make it a point to meet with all of your new employees, both in a group and individually, to build morale and learn about one another. This will encourage and reassure them that their job is safe, and that little has changed, should that be the case. 

It is important to understand that your new employees may feel insecure about their employment as they will not initially know you or your plans for the future of the business. Getting off on the right foot will help maintain a productive and healthy work environment for all. While you may be the owner of the business, there is still much that you can learn from all of your employees.

Next, you will want to meet with your vendors, distributors, customers, etc. to ensure that you have all external components of your business in line to continue business as usual. Understanding the seller’s relationship with each of them, as well as how to effectively develop new and long-lasting relationships with everyone will help you maintain and even grow your current business.

Once you get your bearings and understand the ins and outs of your new business, you will be better suited to begin making incremental changes and carrying out the future that you envisioned for your new business.

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Contact: Jordan Green at 925-701-8064 X314, 925-785-2282 (Cell)   Log In To Message/Email This Contributor
Profile: Before becoming a BBN Facilitator Manager, Jordan owned and operated JRG Communications, assisting business brokers, agents, and other transactional resources with their online marketing, social media strategy and implementation, digital content creation (blogs, webinars, podcasts).
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