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How to get started in your own business?

Thursday, 17 March 2016 Andy Anderson

Ready to get going with your own business but aren't sure where to begin? You have a few options if you want to work for yourself and manage your own business. You could be pursuing your own start up, however, there are a lot of drawbacks of starting your own business. Including such obvious issues as having the right financial backing, but also there is no guarantee that your business will succeed. If you aren't sure you're ready to start your own business then perhaps you should opt to purchase an existing business. There are many advantages but the most prominent one is that an established business has numbers behind it that demonstrate whether or not the business is likely to succeed. 

Small manufacturers can offer specialized and personalized products that larger manufacturers cannot make profitably. Buying a niche manufacturing small business allow you to operate in areas that may have little or no competition from larger companies. When small businesses are involved in manufacturing, there are a number of manufacturing methods that are employed. These are flexible, continuous, intermittent and custom manufacturing. Look for a business for sale by owner that matches your experience or interest.

Who Are the Best Potential Buyers for your Business?

Tuesday, 16 February 2016 Andy Anderson

Selling your business is never an exact science. Just when you think you have an interested buyer, something comes up to threaten the deal.  But sure enough, another potential buyer is waiting in the wings. Finding the right buyer is the key to a smooth transaction; it also will contribute to the continued success and growth of the business. When deciding who the best buyer is for your business you first should take a look at what kind of business you're offering.

Are you searching our business for sale by owner directory for business ideas? Here are some alternatives for financing if your credit is not that great.

Advantages & Disadvantages of Buying a Business

Tuesday, 26 January 2016 Andy Anderson

Many find the idea of running a small business appealing, but lose their motivation after dealing with business plans, investors, and legal issues associated with new start-ups. "About half of all new establishments survive five years or more and about one-third survive 10 years or more. As one would expect, the probability of survival increases with a firm’s age. Survival rates have changed little over time.”- Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, BED

For those disheartened by such risky undertakings, buying an existing business is often a simpler and safer alternative. Less stress and strain: An existing business acquisition does not mean stress free, but it will be significantly less than if you were always wondering and worrying if customers would really come and, if and when, the monetary investment would pay off on a start-from-scratch business venture.

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