As small business owners ourselves, we have been working hard this week to get all of our docs in order. To help organize this process, Steve came up with a simple checklist of everything you need to properly file for the CARES assistance.
Stories about hacks of large corporations like Target, JP Morgan and Equifax may lead small business owners to believe that their operations aren’t big enough to attract the attention of cybercriminals. But they are. Our business recently became one of those millions of examples.
The Milwaukee Business Journal, along with parent company American City Business Journals, is compiling an online “Small Business Resource Guide” to assist during these challenging times.
A growing number of companies are offering their online tools, classes, and resources at no cost in response to the impact on small-business owners from the coronavirus.
Here are guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for maintaining a healthy workplace.
Learn what The spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is developing rapidly, leaving many small business owners uncertain about their future. Those we’ve spoken with expect the coronavirus to have a significant impact on their revenue.
Learn what actions you can take to protect your small business while at the same time protecting yourself, your employees and your customers.
General panic across the country should be avoided by anyone looking to buy or sell a business now.
Want to exit your business? Make sure you inderstand the selling process before marching forward.
Another great article from Inc.com that details the benefits of working with a business broker when you choose to sell your business.
For business owners, a new decade always comes with a slew of predictions that can be scary. Good news: There are three practical steps you can take to inoculate your business from whatever the coming years will bring.
Families who own businesses are getting this piece of New Year’s advice: Sell. Now.
To maximize the value of your business, you should set a goal to quietly slip into the background and let your staff take center stage. Here are five ways to make customers less inclined to need you.
The music business offers a helpful analogy to explain why creating a unique brand is such a big contributor to the value of your company.
In this episode of “The Real Deal” podcast from the International Business Brokers Association, learn from guest Cress S. Diglio, a retired business broker and multiple business owner, as he shares key insights on the due diligence buyers need to do before signing on the dotted line.
Learn how to get more reviews for your small business, boost SEO and win more customers with this free e-book from Podium.
Mindset is everything, and people create what they are concentrating on. In this episode of “The Real Deal” podcast from the International Business Brokers Association, best-selling author Rene Brent explains how to change your mindset to create positive outcomes, in business and in life.
When you’re selling your business, you’ll need to answer these six key questions. Reach out to a professional business broker for these answers and more. Remember: Selling your business is always better with a business broker!
This short video, courtesy of the International Business Brokers Association, provides two different versions of the same story: selling a business with a business broker and without one. You decide which is the smarter way to do it!
Well-trained brokers have an alphabet soup of labels after their names. But what do really mean? Renowned author, blogger and law professor William Byrnes explains what they stand for and why business owners looking to sell should seek out brokers with these professional designations.
One of the best in the business, Russell Cohen of Murphy M&A, shares what he’s learned in his 20+ years brokering deals on this episode of “The Real Deal ” podcast sponsored by the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA).