Business Sales & Acquisitions for Mid-Market Companies

The Most Important Decision To Make

As a business owner, you've invested both time and money (not to mention numerous other sacrifices) building your company. An entrepreneur's business is often more than 75% of their net worth.

Decisions about your business sale will be emotional, stressful, and financially important. Consider the key factors for a successful business sale, and how to not leave money on the table.

When should you sell? How should you sell? What's your company worth? Which is the best offer? 80% of business owners sell a company only once in their lifetime. You have one chance to get it right. It's smart to have a top M&A advisor with you at the table.

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Is a Sale Right for You?
What to Consider...

Ten vital questions for making the best choices when preparing to sell your business. Consider how your business sale can accomplish your objectives and be managed to maximize value. Many business and personal issues can impact whether a sale is right for you...

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Bruce Black and Jim Afinowich facilitated the $120 million sale of Alpine Valley Bread Company to Flowers Foods | "The support and experience I received from IBG/Fox & Fin was nothing short of miraculous" - Alpine owner Todd Wood | Read more

What to Look for When Hiring a Firm

Skill, knowledge, and experience are essential. These are best seen in a track record of achievement and success. Research shows, top M&A brokers improve the business sales experience and the selling client's net value. This occurs whether a business owner has already identified a buyer or the company proactively enters the market to find the best buyer.

How do you choose your M&A team?

As with investing in your key equipment or best employees, a lot rides on making the right choice.

Look first to breadth and depth of expertise, a clear history of achievements, and to the overall strength of the team...

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