Today we share lessons an entrepreneur learned from selling his business, mistakes professionals advised their clients to avoid in 1961, and more. Click on the headlines to read the full articles.
An entrepreneur who sold his company to eBay confesses to the mistakes he made while selling a business and offers valuable lessons to other business owners.
“The question arises with nearly every potential client we meet with: Why do I need an M&A advisor to sell my business? Can’t I just do it myself and save a significant amount of money in fees? How hard can it be to close a deal with a buyer? I negotiate contracts all the time with my clients and vendors.”
Do the same tips about selling a business from 1961 apply to today’s entrepreneurs?
Research from PricewaterhouseCoopers suggests that transformational deals is one of the driving factors in the surge of M&A activity. What does this mean for business owners?
Once a merger or acquisition is complete, next up is the integration process when both companies become one. What should private business owners be aware of about integration?
Since selling a business is a process not an event, what should entrepreneurs factor into their decision about the timing oftheir company?
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