Every business broker knows that the art of negotiation is a deep and complex process that, if done well, finds both parties walking away from the table satisfied (and often very happy). But if executed poorly, the negotiation process can leave participants feeling like there were defined winners and losers – which is never a good thing.
Gregg Kunz of Rocky Mountain Business Advisors, Inc. is the recipient of the Chairman’s Circle Award given out by the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA) during its annual conference in Orlando, Fla. on May 11. The Chairman’s Circle Award recognizes those who closed one or more business deals amounting to $3 million and above in total purchase price during the 2018 calendar year.
At Rocky Mountain Business Advisors (RMBA), we have an 8-Step process that we live and breathe by when facilitating the sale of our clients’ businesses. This process enables focus and precision to how we work with closely-held business owners who are ready to sell, and keeps the end-goal firmly in mind: selling for the best price possible.
Selling your business can be an exciting time and, for many business owners, it is often more of a new beginning (and a chance to follow your dreams!) than a sad farewell. But despite all the positivity surrounding this major turning point, many business owners find the process of selling their company stressful, worrisome and downright nerve racking.