Smart sellers have a clear understanding of their competitive market position, a realistic asking price, and knowledge of a potential buyer’s suitability before negotiating anything. If you’re thinking of selling your small business, use these seven steps to stay on the offensive.
“Judge Gorsuch has been very firm on confining regulatory agencies to the text of the law,” said Juanita Duggan, NFIB's President and CEO. “Regulatory agencies often try to expand their own authority by stretching the law beyond what Congress wrote. We are currently fighting against multiple regulatory agencies that did exactly that.”
Without growth, a small business’ client base won’t expand to keep up with expenses, but retention becomes more important the longer a company stays in operation. Here are some tips for balancing both.
Confidence is growing among small business owners. According to NFIB’s latest Jobs Report, job openings have hit their highest mark since December 2000, though employers still struggle to find qualified workers.
If a potential customer can't find your business, it doesn't exist. In a marketplace that's increasingly digital, mobile, and competitive, use these tips to make your business faster and easier to find online.