BizBen Podcast & Webinar: Chuck Post Interview On Buying A Laundry
With 25 years of experience buying, selling, valuing, retooling, analyzing and giving expert court testimony about laundries, Chuck Post is one of the nation's leading experts in the field of laundry start-ups, purchases, selling, investments.
His guest appearance on this BizBen Podcast & Webinar provided a great deal of information for anyone considering the purchase or start up of a laundromat. Enjoy this interview with Chuck from the BizBen & BizBenNetwork Podcast & Webinar Series.
The Host Of BizBen Talk Radio: Peter Siegel, MBA is the host of BizBen / BizBenNetwork Podcasts & Webinars and is the Founder and the Lead Facilitator at BizBen.com & BizBenNetwork.com. New webinars and podcasts are scheduled weekly on BizBen & BizBenNetwork - be sure to tune in and find out what is being talked about concerning buying and selling small businesses.
|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Brad Steinberg, Business Broker: Laundromat Specialist
PWS is the leading laundromat broker in California. Since 1968 PWS has brokered over 2,500 laundromat sales. With over 90 employees dedicated to the coin laundry industry, PWS has 18 licensed agents, a 3 person in-house finance department, 10 service technicians and a 20 person parts department.
|William Yoo, Business Broker: Los Angeles County
As a business broker at Commercial Realty Group, I specialize in business opportunity transactions in Los Angeles County. I have experience selling restaurants, liquor store, beer and wine market, accessory store, distribution, and service industries, main street 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.
|Anna Lee, Business Broker, at Kareic Real Estate
Business brokerage services in the San Diego area.
|Norman Kim, Business Broker: LA, Orange Counties, Inland Empire
I am currently specializing in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino County. Mainly focusing on retail business listings. Specifically, specializing in gas stations, liquor stores, beer & wine markets, coin laundries, and car washes.
|Sunny Sidhu, Business Broker, at Insignia Business Brokers
Sunny Sidhu has vast experience in brokering retail and franchise based businesses. Whether you are an owner, investor, or user of commercial space, Mr. Sidhu works with you from initial consulting to continous monitoring of your changing business requirements. He offers you a full range of ...
|Stewart Guthrie - Business Broker: Sacramento Area
Stewart Guthrie, Northern California business broker, brings 25 years of experience in business ownership and technical sales in a variety of industries. For 15 of the last 20 years or so, Stewart has owned, operated and sold businesses in real estate and distribution. Business brokerage services.
|Chris Kim, Business Broker: Southern California
I offer business broker services in southern California. If you are serious buyer I will find a business you want. I always work hard and I am honest.
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