If you're the right buyer for a good business, financing can almost always be found.
Buying a Business Newsletter - Page 17
Would you rather invest money to start a business with no cash flow or buy one with an existing revenue stream?
When buying a business, learn to love your competitors. They will teach you what to do and what not to do with your own business.
The opportunities for entrepreneurial expression are endless and today are being fueled by the "silver tsunami" along with the opportunities created by technology.
Buying a business is a major event for anyone. Follow some very methodical guidelines to know what you're getting.
With millions of baby boomer-owned businesses transitioning over the next decade, it is an optimum time to find the right business to buy.
Evaluating a business opportunity starts with a powerful tool: a mirror. Are you right for this and is it right for you?
Successful negotiating is a give and take process, never a my way or the highway proposition
Experience can be your worst teacher, unless it's somebody else's. Try buying a business that has already had some experience.
For a buyer the question of the price being paid is not about the amount of money so much as it is the opportunity being acquired.
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