I’m interested in buying your business…

Tell me – wouldn’t you love someone to say to you…

“I’m thinking of buying your business….call me.”

Talk about hearing some sweet words.

Whether or not you’re interested in selling your business is not the point. The very fact someone is thinking of buying it should tell you something.

Now my question is, “Does your company really offer anything that would ever entice someone to call and ask to buy it?”

It’s an important question – the answer to which you need to know.

Let’s face it. 

One day, whether by design or by necessity, you will no longer want to (or be able to) work in your business any longer. Which means your income is going to totally dry up.

And if industry statistics are anything to go by, then…

  • 75% of all businesses on the market today won’t sell.
  • Of the 25% that do, only about one percent will sell for a good price.

Not very encouraging is it?

But there are steps you can take right now that will help your business to draw top dollar in the future.

Want to know what they are? 

Well that’s what this interview I found for you will give to you.

It’s an interview with an expert who has consistently sold his businesses for more than the competition.

In fact, he once sold a business that was valued at $800,000 for $2 million. He tells you exactly how he did it – how he found the right kind of investors for the sale, packaged and positioned the business so it was at its best, and created a sense of urgency that made for a bidding war.

According to this expert you, as a business owner, should always be thinking about an exit strategy. Instead of just thinking, “How will I generate income this week to pay my overhead?” you should also be thinking about, “How can I increase the value of my company this year?”

That’s why this interview is so valuable. 

It helps you answer that question plus tells you

  • Why it’s important to differentiate yourself from the business down the street – and ways to do that
  • Why you should know what your industry stats are and ways to consistently beat them
  • What key components a business must have in order to attract the right kind of potential buyers
  • Ways to sell your business without the hassle of a broker (who may just want to sell for any price)
  • Why it’s important to get your business evaluated before you sell – and why you may not want to go with a no-name company
  • What banks are looking at when evaluating a business – know this and your business will be attractive to people who need financing too

So if you own a business this interview is for you.

You’ll find a lot of useful tips on how to get top dollar for your business in any market and any economy.

But you can only get this interview you REPLY back to this email and ask for it.

Otherwise you can go back to your regularly scheduled program.

Oh.

One more thing. 

In this interview you’ll discover the importance of systems and why having them adds BIG value to your company.

I’ve built my company on systems which is why I can command higher than industry norms (another feature you’ll hear about in the interview).

If you’re interested in commanding higher prices too, then here are a few of the profitable systems I use in my business:

http://imaruglover.com/products

Stephen Dusty Roberts