A mountain climber wouldn’t think of climbing a mountain without having the right gear; you also wouldn’t want to sell a business without the right M&A Consulting Services firm. Finding the right M&A Consulting Services firm to help cut through the complex issues of structuring a business deal can make a big difference between a successful sale and knowing when to walk away from a bad deal. Sellers count on American Fortune Business Sale Services firm for all of the necessary support and expertise to successfully sell a business. American Fortune will help a business owner to sell a business by assisting them with the full M&A Consulting Services or specific sell-side services to suit their needs. American Fortune serves all areas of the continental USA.
The following is a sample list of American Fortune’s M&A Consulting services:
Perform Business Due Diligence
Minimize Taxes on a Business Sale
Perform a Business Valuation
Perform Business Sale Analysis
Structure a Deal
Perform Contract and Deal Negotiations
Top M&A Consulting Services
American Fortune is a service provider in M&A Consulting Services for the sale of small to medium size businesses. American Fortune Mergers & Acquisitions is dedicated to serving the needs of business sell side clients with sound judgment and unparalleled expertise. The firm’s m&a consulting services provide a realistic and practical approach to evaluating and negotiating a sale of a business. They help assure that the business sale is successful and that after the sale, the business continues to prosper well into the future.
First, they make sure the business complies with all business with all the Federal, State, and Local governmental regulations and that it is properly registered and is in good standing.
To successfully sell a business, it needs to have a good track record. The business also needs to have a good and solid history; business buyers are concerned that sellers are not just dumping a bad business “painted for the market”. The M&A Consulting Services Advisor will prepare the business owner for choosing the right buyer and understanding buyer expectations.
The Seller Needs to Make an Honest Evaluation of Their Business.
If the buyer has been sitting behind a desk for many years, will they be happy calling on business people and selling them products or intangible services?
Do they possess marketing and sales experience?
The buyer must be prepared to run their business enthusiastically. Will they be happy introducing a new product or an unusual service that the public knows nothing about?
Can they generate honest excitement for a product or service?
The buyer must have complete knowledge of the product or service with which they will be involved. If the seller of the business gives the buyer little or no training in technical or management know-how, the buyer should be wary of the business opportunity. If the seller has organized all the operating knowledge into a standard operating manual, the buyer can look with favor upon such a business opportunity.
The buyer should make a market evaluation of the product or service to be offered. Is the market likely to remain strong for the product or services for many years to come?
Have competitors entered the market, and will they become a threat to the business?
Find out how many other companies have been in this industry successfully for a respectable period of time. A legitimate seller will provide a buyer with information to make them confident that they are making the right decision.
Check the training and experience required to run the business properly. Is there a suitable curriculum for training?
What is the scope of training and third-party support?
Does the buyer’s background fit the requirements of operating this business successfully?
What is the company’s profit ratio to sales, to time and service requirements, and to the financial leverage requirements?
Can the buyer make more in another type of business?
Does the buyer have to work more hours to make the same amount of money as their current job?
Can the buyer invest the same amount in the business opportunity yet operate a larger operation and get a better return on investment?
Research company’s history. Is it a newer company with a limited track record?
Is it an older firm whose regular products have satisfied customers for years?
Is in an older company whose products or services that have outlived their usefulness?
Evaluate the company with the associations and business groups in which the company or seller is involved. Business owners in specific industries flock together via seminars and conferences and therefore get to know each other. Tapping into the grapevine within the industry can be very helpful in learning some inside information.
The Better Business Bureau and similar groups collect complaints about a business. These groups will provide a report showing any previous complaints against the company.
Hiring top M&A consulting services and some assistance from an attorney, accountant, or business consultant is of the utmost importance. A M&A Consulting Services Advisor is very versed and experienced in all of the issues relating to the sale or acquisition of a business. They can conduct an in-depth study/review and guide and protect the business buyer through the process to successfully buy a business.
American Fortune Mergers & Acquisitions has provided expert help to business owners on how to successfully sell a business via our credible and experienced M&A Consulting Services in the following areas: Louisville, Kentucky, Lexington Kentucky, Bowling Green Kentucky, Nashville Tennessee, Memphis Tennessee, Cincinnati Ohio, Dayton Ohio, Columbus Ohio, Toledo Ohio, Cleveland Ohio, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Baltimore Maryland, Indianapolis Indiana, Chicago Illinois, Detroit Michigan, Flint Michigan, Atlanta Georgia, St. Louis Missouri, Kansas City Kansas, Des Moines Iowa, Minneapolis Minnesota, Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Dallas Texas, Fort Worth Texas, Denver Colorado, San Francisco California, Salt Lake City Utah, Phoenix Arizona, Los Angeles California, San Diego California.