You’ve worked for years or decades to build your pizza parlor into what it is now. However, you’re ready to move on, either to build a new business or retire.
Either way, you need to know how you should sell your pizza shop. Then, you’ll be able to make the transition easy for you, the buyer, and any employees who will keep working there.
Keep reading to learn more.
Almost every sale of a business involves a high degree of negotiation between buyers and sellers. In this article, we share some of the questions you can ask yourself to prepare for this part of the process. After all, optimal outcomes are typically only achieved through proper negotiation strategies. Keep in mind that one of the key strengths possessed by Business Brokers and M&A...Read More
When you’re trying to sell your business, the last thing you want is to waste time dealing with buyers who aren’t qualified and are unlikely to actually make a purchase. After all, you will not want to reveal details about your business to someone who may be looking to take advantage of the situation. Let’s take a closer look at how you can weed out legitimate buyers from those who are just...Read More
Perhaps the most famous bar in America is Cheers in Boston. The Cheers sitcom made the establishment more legendary than ever, portraying the ideal bar of people’s imaginations.
You understand how incredible that environment can be if you’ve ever owned a bar. But, just like Sam Malone, you may decide it’s time to sell your bar.
However, selling a bar is not as easy as it may...Read More
Many business owners are emotionally attached to their businesses, and it is easy to understand why. Typically, business owners invest not only a considerable amount of time and money into their business, but a good bit of themselves as well. Owning and operating a business often becomes part of one’s identity. However, the fact is that no one will work forever, as retirement eventually comes...Read More
There is a considerable difference between determining the value of a privately-held company and a publicly-held company. Topping the list of considerable differences is the fact that privately-held companies do not have audited financial statements. Let’s look at how the owners of privately held companies should proceed in establishing a reasonable price for their company.
An audited...Read More
BizBuySell’s Insight Report is filled with key statistics and information on a range of topics, including the labor shortage and hiring problems that many businesses currently face. Visit BizBuySell for more information about the findings that they recently reported for the third quarter of 2021. This website also offers an archive of past quarterly reports dating back to 2013.
The pandemic...Read More
This pandemic caused many business establishments to close down. Specifically, 163,735 businesses closed down during this pandemic, indicating a 23% increase in the number of business closures. However, the good news is that the economy is recovering as restrictions are slowly lifted.
This news is especially good for those looking to start or continue a business. Similarly, it also poses as a...Read More
Every business has an array of important legal documents. However, the partnership agreement holds a unique and important place in your business and its future.
The facts are that many people choose to go into business with close friends or family members, and often these personal relationships lead to a forgoing of the partnership agreement. Don’t go this route, as it would be a major...Read More
The restaurant and food industry is one of the unkind sectors to entrepreneurs.
Unfortunately, your restaurant is likely to fail due to a lack of planning and poor management. But in most cases, many restaurant owners find that after a period of success or unsuccessful selling foods and drinks, it’s best to sell their restaurants.
Whether you’re selling because you want to venture into a...Read More