"Best of" for Businesses

Who Are the Best Potential Buyers for your Business?

Tuesday, 16 February 2016 Andy Anderson

Selling your business is never an exact science. Just when you think you have an interested buyer, something comes up to threaten the deal.  But sure enough, another potential buyer is waiting in the wings. Finding the right buyer is the key to a smooth transaction; it also will contribute to the continued success and growth of the business. When deciding who the best buyer is for your business you first should take a look at what kind of business you're offering.

Five Top Cities for Starting a Business

Monday, 26 November 2012 Andy Anderson

best cities for businessIt happens every year. Business publications and retail trade magazines publish their annual "list" editions, where they inform entrepreneurs about the best places to start a business, buy a franchise or get a tax break. According to a recent article in The Fiscal Times, "The 10 Hottest Spots to Start a Small Business," it is a combination of factors that makes certain metropolitan areas more attractive for business owners. As more Americans are starting businesses than at any time within the past fifteen years, certain cities have emerged as the top spots for running a profitable enterprise.

Which States are Friendliest to Businesses?

Saturday, 22 September 2012 Andy Anderson

business friendly statesExpanding your business is easy when you plan to stay in the same state, but many franchisors and large corporations are scouting out new locations across the country.  If you are planning a multi-state expansion, it helps to know ahead of time which states are most “business-friendly.” 

Best Ideas for Buying a Business

Thursday, 24 May 2012 Andy Anderson

Are you frustrated with the corporate world?  Worried about job security?  Perhaps you are an entrepreneur looking for ideas for buying a business.  Whether you want to start your own company or buy someone else’s, the toughest part is often choosing a business model.

There are plenty of websites that will help you with ideas for buying a business, but the selection you make will depend a lot on your personal goals.  For example, do you want to become a billionaire in your lifetime?  Are you looking for a family business that can be passed along to your kids?  Will you be using the income from this business to supplement your retirement income?  How much time do you expect to spend working at the business?

 Perhaps you have been searching for the safest investment that will yield a higher return than real estate of the stock market; one where your individual efforts will make a difference in how much money you make. Maybe it’s time for you to look for companies for sale in an online business directory.

Why search for business opportunities in an online directory? It’s important to get a feel for the business climate and who is selling what for how much.  Without this knowledge, how will you know if you’re getting a good deal on companies for sale?  A directory like the one you will find at BizSale.com is designed for entrepreneurs who want to start or grow a business.  It helps them find businesses by industry and geography, and also by price range.  This will give you a good feel for what to expect, even if you decide to consult with a business broker later on.

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