How to Maximise the Value of Your Business and Sell It


This post is an interview with veteran Business Broker Rob Mitchell from Sunbelt Business Brokers. Rob shares with us a solid frame work for maximizing the value of your company and then outlines the process and players involved in getting it sold.
In the field of exiting companies there can be a lot of information. Rob has a straight forward way of explaining the concepts.
If you’d rather download this and listen on your phone, see the link at the bottom of this post.
Or if you’d like some additional links and resources on this topic, email us to get a copy of the March 2015 Business Nutrition.
FREE DOWNLOADS
Rob also shares with us some free downloads “Insider Tips on Selling a Business” and “Insider Tips on Buying a Business“. Just click on the link to download a copy.
I hope you enjoy the material and bring many more dollars to your back pocket 🙂

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