Summary of Buying Your Own Business
Identify Opportunities, Analyze True Value, Negotiate the Best Terms, Close the Deal
Going to buy a business? Avoid wrong turns with this expert guidebook.
This book is an excellent primer for anyone who dreams of buying a company. Russell Robb is an experienced business broker and investment analyst who covers many of the pitfalls and opportunities a first-time business buyer will encounter. In short, punchy chapters, he presents the essential details of negotiating and closing deals, plus valuable sample letters and agreements. His case studies of business purchases offer important lessons for new buyers. Although the author devotes a chapter to acquiring small businesses, his true focus is buying middle-market companies with annual revenues up to $50 million. getAbstract recommends this worthy introduction to the art of buying businesses to professionals with entrepreneurial ambitions.
In this summary, you will learn
- What factors you should weigh when buying a middle-market business
- How to acquire a company
- How to value one
About the Author
Russell Robb is a 20-year veteran of the mergers and acquisitions business. He has sold three businesses of his own and has provided investment banking and corporate finance advice to a wide range of middle-market companies. He is the author of two books, Buying Your Own Business and, from the Streetwise series, Selling Your Business.
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3 years agovery good audio book
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