Especially, nowadays, it seems we can’t go long in our country without having some sort of natural disaster striking somewhere.It doesn'tif you don’t have earthquakes like California, hurricanes like Florida and the Gulf Coast, tornadoes like the Deep South and Midwest, blizzards like the Northeast and R Read More>>
Peter C. King 1/28/2010 3:38:00 PM Comments (1)
The topic of what the business price should be is two-pronged. On one end, sellers should never a.) Be rushed on giving a price, b.) Consider buyers to be within reason for asking about it at any point in the discussion and c.) Be realistic if they expect to complete transactions. On the other end, buyers Read More>>
JoAnn Lombardi 1/26/2010 3:34:00 PM Comments (0)
If you are looking to sell your business, you have to know that at some point in the sales process that someone inside or outside your organization will ask questions about your intentions – specifically, if the business is indeed for sale. The disclosure of appropriate information must be made to prospective Read More>>
Peter C. King 1/26/2010 12:13:00 PM Comments (0)
Having to drafta written understanding of what both the seller and buyer think they have preliminarily agreed to is important as the point of referencefor due diligence and the preparation of definitive agreements in the sale of a business.
Now most buyers are not interested in letters of intent becaus Read More>>
JoAnn Lombardi 1/25/2010 5:20:00 PM Comments (0)
When you are putting together a web site for your business, you want to follow a particular pattern when someone is viewing that content. In general, people navigate and search in a certain way; therefore, you don’t want to have too many diverse sections when designing your web site.
There are so Read More>>
JoAnn Lombardi 1/25/2010 2:56:00 PM Comments (2)