Buying or Selling a Business Part 2
Understanding Valuation and Financial Aspects of Buying or Selling A Business
Buyers and sellers will both want to understand why a business is valued and priced at a certain level. This program will detail that valuation process but will go beyond price to discuss the need for working capital, deal structure components and options, and the mechanics of financing the purchase.
Transactions are completed when both buyer and seller come to the table with a shared vision. By studying these essential elements of a business sale, all parties to the transaction will be better prepared to tackle the complex process of buying or selling a business.
Please note this is Part 2 of a 2 Part series.
This webinar will be held through Zoom. You will receive a reminder email and login information prior to the session.
Bill Scott, President at Front Range Business is a Chronic, Serial-Entrepreneur. In 40 years he has started many companies from scratch, has purchased some and has sold or shut-down a few. He is an Engineer, an Artist and an Inventor with patents. He has borrowed through SBA and Conventional Banks and has sold businesses for cash, earn-outs and seller-financing. His personal expertise is selling Manufacturing, Construction, Distribution and Service Companies. He is currently President of Front Range Business continuing their 35-year stellar reputation of serving small businesses in Colorado.
Don Hobbs, Broker A 50-year resident of Boulder and 6-year broker at Front Range Business, Don's background includes founding and selling 3 businesses, through which he acquired diverse experience with event production, satellite communications and expense management while serving United Artists, Microsoft, Engie, Coors and others. Since this is Boulder, he loves cycling and other outdoor pursuits. He’s most proud of raising over $3 million for The Children’s Hospital and The Red Cross.
The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA.) The support given by the SBA through such funding does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of any of the co-sponsors' or participants' opinions, products or services. The Colorado SBDC is a partnership between the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the SBA, Colorado's institutions of higher education and local development organizations.
Speaker(s): Front Range Business, Inc.: Suzanne De Lucia, President and Don Hobbs
Co-Sponsor(s): City of Boulder
Fee: No Cost