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If you've ever thought about selling your business, you've probably thought about how you should do that. Do you sell to your biggest competitor? To investors? Here are the best options for selling your business.

When it comes to the value of your business, no one knows better than you -- right? Well, just in case, here is a comprehensive look at a variety of factors that go into a valuation and how they can help you position your business in the market.

One of the best ways to increase the productivity and value of your business is by hiring the right business developers. This article takes you through the complex nature of business development and provides some key ideas you can use in your business.

Some buyers will try to take advantage of the sales process and negotiate for a lower price, or, worse still: they will try to re-trade when your price point goes higher without paying you your due. This article tells you how to avoid being taken advanta

You've heard the crazy statistics...90% of business owners don't have any exit plan. Well here are three simple areas to start thinking about that inevitable day when you exit your business.

A comprehensive look at the various factors that go into valuing and selling your chemical manufacturing plant.

Do you think about the longevity of your business? What would happen if you were no longer in charge? Read on for an easy-to-follow guide for creating your own succession plan so you can be prepared.

What would make a large corporation like Bell purchase a local business? Could your business appeal to a larger competitor for a sizeable buyout? This article shows the key facts you should consider if you want to be competitive enough for a buyout.

Brad Mewes is the founder of Supplement!, a strategic, financial and M&A advisory firm specializing in the collision industry. He gives his take on the upside of deciding to sell any business now versus waiting and continuing to build it up.

Today's market requires a flexible management team that can grow your business, no matter what the market throws at them. Here is an overview of the traits your managers need to help you prepare for a future sale.

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