Selling a Business
The process of Selling a Business is often a once in a lifetime event which can be both daunting and emotional. You have probably dedicated many years to building your business. When the time comes to decide on selling a business, you want to be assured that you are dealing with qualified specialist. West Australian Business Brokers work very closely with you to ensure you receive everything that your business is worth.
Some corporate finance advisers/brokers give inflated valuations to 'entice' a client to appoint them to sell their business. WABB gives a realistic valuation that can be used to enable the vendor to make an informed decision. We will not undertake the sale unless we are satisfied that the vendor’s expectations of value are the same as ours. The same honesty and integrity will be applied in all of our dealings with our client throughout the process.
Today's business purchasers demand reliable financial and operational information that can be verified. When you appoint WABB to facilitate the sale of your business, we provide the professional guidance to assist you in overcoming an uncertain economy, unbridled competition and sophisticated buyers.
It is never too early to start making plans to sell a business. The best time to consider a sale is when you don’t necessarily have to. The need to plan and prepare an exit strategy is imperative in order to reach the ultimate goal in achieving maximum value. Whether you are considering selling your business now or in the near future, we would be happy to discuss your objectives in further detail and answer any questions that you may have. If appropriate, a confidential exploratory meeting can then be scheduled to discuss a more tailored sale strategy and exit plan
Exit planning is a relatively rare occurrence. Very often, by the time a business owner contacts us about selling their business, they want it sold ‘yesterday’. Given that a sale process will typically take many months and then a handover might take a further month, they are keener on starting the process rather than preparing the business for sale.That is fine, but the owner may sacrifice achieving a higher sale price as a result of insisting on a quicker exit.
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Contact us to discuss the possible sale of your business.