The single most important business decision of your lifetime will be when you decide to sell your business. The value of your business will most likely represent a significant portion of your net worth. The thought of selling your business can be emotionally taxing and often times Sellers are not able to remain objective and realistic about the value of their business. The purpose engaging a business broker is to take the emotions out of the equation and allow an experienced Business Broker to facilitate the transaction to the close. Do you have an exit strategy in place? If not, do you understand the benefits of a well-planned exit strategy? If you are in a partnership, do you have a buy-sell agreement? When was the last time you had a Valuation? Have you discussed your tax implications with your accountant in the event of the sale of your business? These are some of the questions only an experienced business broker will ask.
Adam Gilman is a licensed business broker with 20 years of experience of buying and selling businesses. Having owned and operated many businesses, Adam understands the perspective of the Seller and Buyer. Time kills deals is a famous saying of any dealmaker and Adam’s main objective in each deal is to be a strong listener, problem solver, and most importantly facilitator to the close of the transaction. Adam has successfully closed deals in many categories including retail, manufacturing, distribution, and service. Adam currently specializes in Staffing, Physical Therapy, Food Manufacturing, and restaurants having closed deals in every category. Adam is also the co-owner/ franchisee of the LINK Business San Diego office.