Selling A Business

Here’s Why You Need a Business Plan

Here’s Why You Need a Business Plan

While statistics vary dramatically based on their source, a huge number of small businesses open every year in the U.S. Owners of those businesses anticipated succeeding and being around for years to come, but their plans don’t always work out. Here’s why you need a business plan.  Approximately 20 percent of new small businesses will …

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Five Key Considerations When Selling a Business in Nashville

Five Key Considerations When Selling a Business in Nashville

Selling a business is a complex process. It starts when a business owner decides to exit the company and doesn’t end until a qualified buyer has closed the deal. It can take years to prepare a business for sale, find a buyer, and make arrangements for transitioning the business over to its new owner. These …

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The Ultimate Guide to Confidentiality Agreements

The Ultimate Guide to Confidentiality Agreements

Sharing sensitive information about your business can be a risky venture. After all, you need to protect your company and all its assets from prying eyes. These days, there’s a chance that anyone who learns something about your company could potentially share that information with someone else. If it falls into the wrong hands, it …

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Things to Consider Before Selling a Business

Things to Consider Before Selling a Business

Are you thinking of selling your business? While you’ve worked hard to build the company, it might be time to let go. Whether you’re moving into another industry or retiring, there are a few to consider before selling a business. Preparation and planning will help maximize the value received when you sell your business. Before …

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5 Risks to Avoid When Selling a Business

Selling a business is complicated.  While everyone involved has some level of distaste for the due diligence process, there is a reason it exists.  Buyers must be confident that they are getting what they paid for, while the Sellers wants the Buyer to be content with their purchase, as to avoid any post-closing misunderstandings or …

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