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"I can’t begin to express how grateful we are for your help and guidance with the sale of our business.  You managed to lay out every step we needed to do.  You found us the perfect buyer and held our hands to the very end. When we look back on the whole experience, we realize that it could have been a nightmare without you.  We felt as though you were always by our side to either answer questions or to just calm our nerves.  We would highly recommend you to anyone looking to sell their business. Your experience and knowledge in everything from valuation to marketing to execution of all the little details made all the difference."

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Why do Tom, Dick, Mary, Harry and George want to sell their companies?

In our experience, owners sell companies because of:

  • Health issues

  • Burnout

  • Spousal pressure

  • Unsolicited offers

  • A desire to “cash-in”

 Do any of these examples apply to you, a client, or an acquaintance?

Tom: Has a successful company that provides considerable income, but work isn’t challenging anymore. It seems like he’s addressing the same old problems day after day.

Dick (and his wife Kay): have health concerns that are worrisome. They want to spend more time with the grandchildren. They want to travel to Europe and perhaps take a cruise before they can no longer do so.  

Mary: Has focused her energies on growing a successful company and now she desires to financially “cash-in.” She wants to spend more time with her family, volunteer opportunities, and travel.

Harry: Works 60 hours a week and rarely exercises or works out. His best friend Jerry just had a serious health event. Harry is thinking about his own family’s history of heart disease and wondering if this would be a good time to sell.

George: Received an unsolicited expression of interest from a competitor to buy his company. He has known this firm for a long time and has great respect for them. This has prompted him to start thinking about an exit.