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How To Advertise A Business For Sale Without Revealing Too Much
Knowing how to advertise a business for sale without revealing too much is an important skill for anyone who wants to find a buyer for a small or mid-sized California business at a good price. One caution about giving too much detail is that it might identify the company and ruin confidentiality.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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BizBen ProSell Program - Selling A California Small Business Assistance
Selling a small to mid-sized business in California can be a difficult process for owners and intermediaries. Statistics show that over 70% of all California sellers never end up selling their business. That is why we initiated the BizBen ProSell Program for CA business owners & intermediaries.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Contributor User Code Of Conduct On BizBen - Comments, Replies, Discussions, Blogs, Articles, Glossary Of Terms
This outline describes the BizBen User Code Of Conduct when placing content/submissions on BizBen Discussions, Blogs, and Glossary Of Terms through comments and replies within these modules on BizBen.com  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Advertising A Business For Sale: Best And Worst - Words, Phrases, Strategies
Selling a business is hard enough but using the wrong word, text, and strategy can really delay or outright kill a campaign to sell a small business successfully. Peter Siegel, Founder of BizBen shares what words, phrases, and strategies work (and not) when selling a small business online.   By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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New eBook Helps Buyers Succeed In Buying A Business In The New Economy
California's business for sale market has changed dramatically in the New Economy that has resulted from the mortgage meltdown, banking crisis and the recession. A new ebook offers valuable insights and ideas for small business buyers who need to adapt to the new reality in order to succeed.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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New eBook Reveals How To Sell A California Business In The New Economy
A new ebook has been published to help owners who are ready to sell a California business in the current market. It explains how the New Economy has impacted the state's business for sale marketplace and provides effective strategies for overcoming the problems that recently have ruined many deals.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Finding The Perfect Business - Best Buyer Strategy: Wanted Postings
Since most people who want to acquire a business for sale spend their time and energy responding to ads, it's no wonder that a majority never find a company they want to buy. Meanwhile, proactive buyers "push" their requirements and qualifications to purchase, and attract owners ready to sell.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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2014 Will Be A Good Year For Small Business Sales
I predict 2014 to be a good year for small businesses. Not only for small business owners who want to continue running their company but also for those owners who plan to sell. There is a new wave of Entrepreneurs ready to take the step toward business ownership & 2014 may be the perfect time.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Business for Sale Deals In California Decline During June, Says BizBen.com Index
A decline was reported in the number of California small business for sale offerings that were purchased last month compared to June 2012, according to the BizBen Index. The company also said there were more transactions this year to date than in the first six months last year. Various causes cited.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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May Sales Of California Small Businesses Increase 11.7% From 2012
The number of business for sale offerings converted to completed deals last month increased by 11.7% over the business sales total in May of last year, said the BizBen.com Index. The Index reported that the May 2013 sale count was 1,279 compared to 1,145 transactions closed in May 2012.  By Peter Siegel, MBA   View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
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Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses
Elizabeth McGovern: Escrow Services - San Francisco Bay Area

McGovern Escrow Services, Inc., is a leading independent escrow company. We are a trusted partner with our clients, assisting them through the tangled bulk sale & liquor license transfer process. We provide attentive, quality & innovative customer service. Phone Elizabeth McGovern at 415-735-3645.

Michael Floorman, Business Brokerage, BTI, San Francisco Bay Area

Business Team, San Jose (Campbell) located in the Pruneyard Towers at Bascom and Hamilton. Established in 1981 Business Team with over 6600 sales to date has 1000 business listings to choose from, paid Google advertising. We offer highly trained and experienced professionals.

Jim Saxton, Liquor License Broker & Consultant - SF Bay Area

20 years experience of local governmental requirements, such as Police Departments, Zoning / Planning Departments, and ABC District Offices, my company Liquor Licenses of SF Bay Area is very qualified to resolve all of your concerns during the liquor license transfer process. Call 925-787-0770.

Peter Siegel, MBA, BizBen Founder, ProBuy, ProSell Programs

Founder & President Of BizBen.com (since 1994). I am the Lead Facilitator for both the ProSell & ProBuy Programs. I consult daily with business buyers, business owner/sellers, brokers/agents daily about buying and selling California small to mid-sized businesses. Call 925-785-3118.

Lee Petsas, Business Broker - Southern California Area

Lee Petsas has been selling businesses with UBI Business Brokers in Southern CA since 1981. In 1999 he became the Owner and Broker for UBI. He has been approved multiple times by Courts as an Expert Witness in the area of Business Valuations.

Christina Lazuric CBI CBB, Business Broker: Orange County

Premier Brokerage for selling Orange County Service based businesses since 2005! CBB provides a step by step approach to Business Brokerage, M&A Services, Business Consulting & Valuations. Contact me about selling or buying service based businesses: 949-257-7823 Cell.

Harry Sidhu, CBB, Broker: SF Bay Area, Central Valley, SAC Region

Assisting both sellers and buyers of businesses - dealing mainly with Liquor Stores, Grocery Markets, Gas Stations, Smoke Shops, Restaurant Related, Retail Related, Service Related. Serving SF Bay Area, North Bay, Sacramento area. Call Harry Sidhu, CBB for assistance at 510-366-6130.

AJ Rana - Business Broker, San Francisco Bay Area

Professionals who understand the importance of world class business brokerage service and the value it can create. Specializing in assisting sellers and buyers with retail stores, restaurants, hospitality & lodging, manufacturing operations, distribution companies, e-commerce and service businesses.


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