A hands-on tool for conducting the successful, profitable sale of a business As business owners gray, trends have shown that they start thinking of cashing out. Selling Your Business For Dummies gives readers expert tips on every aspect of selling a business, from establishing a realistic value to putting their business on the market to closing the deal. It helps them create sound exit plans, find and qualify, find and qualify a buyer, conduct a sale negotiation, and successfully transition the business to a new owner. The accompanying CD is packed with useful questionnaires, worksheets, and forms for prospective sellers, as well as a blueprint for customizing and assembling information into business sale presentation materials sale presentation materials --including snapshots of revenue and profit history, financial condition, market conditions, brand value, competitive arena, growth potential, confidentiality agreements, and other information that supports the sale price. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.Other indications of your business strength and momentum, such as increased square footage to accommodate ... To assure the buyer, be ready to provide facts that prove that the transition will be as close to seamless as possible. ... important to your business success, as is the case with most restaurants and retail establishments, let the buyer know that the ... a business plan, marketing plan, operations manual, and employment policy manual documenting how your business works.
|Title||:||Selling Your Business For Dummies|
|Author||:||Barbara Findlay Schenck, John Davies|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-11-03|