Profile: This free and live workshop, hosted by San Francisco Restaurant Broker Specialist Cheryl Maloney, will teach owners of San Francisco restaurants and bars how to successfully value and sell their businesses. To RSVP and receive the workshop location, please phone Cheryl directly at 415-309-2722.
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Profile: In this BizBenNetwork blog post, Jim Thomas, national fitness broker specialist and consultant (at 800-929-2898), shares 4 major reasons why owners of gym businesses must receive a proper valuation of their gyms when offering their business for sale.
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Profile: Many insurance agency owners rely on revenue multiples in estimating the value of their agency. However, buyers focus on cash flow, and you should too! Business Broker and Valuation Expert John Byrne, CPA from Key Exit Advisors, LLC explains this topic on BizBenNetwork.
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Profile: Business value has a different meaning depending on the purpose of the parties involved in the transfer. John Byrne, CPA, Business Valuation Expert explains three different methods for valuing a business: Investment Value, Fair Market Value and Fair Value.
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Profile: William Bruce, National Business Broker/Intermediary and Valuation Expert from Alabama, explains three important issues that arise when buying or selling a small business of any kind. These issues for business buyers and business owner/sellers include confidentiality, valuation, and financing.
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Profile: Determining whether to include the value of a business's inventory in the selling price or add the inventory's value in addition to a business's selling price is an issue that occasionally comes up when negotiating the purchase agreement during a small business transaction.
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Profile: Business Valuation Expert and CPA John Byrne explains how business owners need to have accurate and timely financial statements in order to manage, grow, and ultimately sell their business. The emphasis should be on generating the financial statements to serve all users of the financial data.
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Profile: To prepare your business for sale, business owner sellers need to think like a buyer to reduce risks. John Byrne, CPA, Valuation Expert, and Due Diligence Advisor, shares three factors business owners need to address in order to maximize their business’s value at exit.
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Profile: So, you are looking into buying a laundry business, congratulations! You have chosen an industry begging for innovation and that can easily be expanded and operated with a minimal amount of time. Chuck Post discusses why the selling price and income on laundry listings being sold can vary so much.
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Profile: So, you are looking into buying a laundry business. Congratulations! You have chosen an industry begging for innovation, easily expanded and operated with a minimal amount of time. The laundry is a, Necessity of Life Service Business. I will expand on this topic of selling prices and income.
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