This week’s M&A digest delves into one factor that drives [Read more…]and activity, as well as how to get buyer attention and respect. Click on the headlines for the full article.
Today’s M&A Weekly Digest covers why business owners should see [Read more…]planning as an investment, how easy or difficult it will be to find buyers for companies this year, and the current mindset of family-owned businesses. As usual, click on the article headline to read the piece in its entirety.
Today in the M&A Weekly Digest, which offers tips and analysis on current events in the M&A arena, we discuss one fatal mistake that business owners make when they sell their company and what business owners should do to take advantage of market conditions that are making 2012 a great year to sell a business. [Read more…]
In today’s link roundup: how to line up the right customers ahead of a startup launch; the story of a man who has made millions hauling other peoples’ junk; the bad-mouth blues; and the fine line between fear and courage.
Let’s all be honest here. Every company has them, jobs that are so “miserable” that it is almost impossible to find anyone to do them. And if you are lucky enough to hire someone for that miserable job, you then have to work really hard to retain them.
I use the word “miserable” here as a term to describe those jobs that you probably wouldn’t want to do yourself but usually are critical and vital for the your dailyto run smoothly. The sad reality is that these jobs are usually some of the most important you could fill because the role is critical in keeping your business functioning.
So how do you do it?