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This purpose of this blog is to help the business understand all of their options when exiting a business.  Yes, we are in the business of helping people buy and sell businesses.  However, we often find that when we get a call to sell a business the business owner or family is ill prepared to sell a business and will not realize their goals if a sale were to occur in the very near term.  We strive to be a “high touch” high contact firm.  After every successful transaction or engagement we hope that this is the kind of recommendation that we receive:

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We found Camm to be a highly attentive agent, almost as if we were his only clients, although we know that was not true. Camm returned all phone calls and emails the same day. We never felt neglected or unimportant and all issues were addressed with a high level of importance. Camm was able to act as a liaison between all parties involved. There was the buyer, the seller, the franchisor, the accountants and of course the lawyers. Camm handled all those individuals and did it with a high level of competence and humor.”

 

So over the next several months we will try our best to help business owners make better decisions.  To become Master Business Owners dedicated to working on their business and less in their business.

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