Successful entrepreneurs spend much of their lives building valuable companies. Eventually, many of them end up selling those businesses.
In some cases, no one else is available to carry on the business. Other times, health problems interfere. Often, an opportunity to sell comes along that is just too good to pass up.
- Key personnel in a company must be well-prepared for the sale of that business.
- Company financials must be strong and well-documented for potential buyers to get and stay interested.
- Support from the right team is usually essential to having a smooth and successful sale of a company.
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