Letting go of your business

Gray, Andi
February 2006
Westchester County Business Journal;2/20/2006, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p16
The article reports on selling a business. Spending time and energy to catering your business to a potential buyer can increase the value one can get out of the deal. Focus on the assets of the business in terms of customers, the market, delivery, financials, history and employees. Point out the strengths of your business regarding every aspect. Start finding a potential buyer by considering your options. Make sure that you will sell your business to someone who is really interested in it.


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