Mitigate the risks commonly associated with Business Ownership through buying a proven business that’s fit for you or your organization.
Acquiring an existing business provides immediate entry into the market, saving you valuable time and resources. You’re able to capitalize
on established customer bases, trained teams of employees, operational infrastructure, and market presence, giving you a competitive edge from day one. You have the opportunity to carefully investigate that business and better understand how your skills, energy, creativity, passion and ideas can add value to the operations.
Our advisors take the time to learn about your organizations growth objectives or a personal buyers' lifestyle, business and financial needs to introduce you to future opportunities that meet your own predefined criteria. Once we’ve identified a business that’s the right fit for you or your organization, we’ll guide you through the process with the end goal of a ensuring a successful transaction and transition for all parties involved.
Our advisors are educated on current business financing options in the marketplace as well as general lender requirements. We regularly provide assistance and financing recommendations to our clients who require additional capital in order to reach their goals, as well as identify possible financing sources in consideration of a Buyer’s short-term and long-term needs.
An existing business will most often have systems and processes in place, trained employees and management, and supplier relationships developed. Previous owners can inform buyers of past trials & errors as well as best practices in running the business.
When purchasing an existing business, you gain insights on existing customer
relationships (including details on any current contracts) and the value that
these relationships bring to the business now and in the future.
Benefit from immediate cash flow and
financial stability. Acquiring a business with a healthy financial track record
provides a solid foundation for future growth initiatives and investment
A history of profitability, well-kept records and financial statements and a business plan in place will aid in obtaining short term and long term financing from lenders.
Most often in a business transaction, the previous owners will provide training for an agreed-upon transition period to ensure that buyers are in the best possible position operate the business.
Acquiring an established business most often means gaining access to a skilled and experienced workforce, saving a new owner the expenses related to hiring, training and retaining reliable personnel.
Purchasing an existing business provides a new owner with a suite of products and/or services, which can be proprietary and often includes inventory systems as well.