The Pitch-to-Brokers tool lets you lead the game and set your own terms for the sale. Business brokers, advisors, and lenders will receive your proposal in the form of a confidential, hardcopy letter, delivered by USPS, which is near-impossible to ignore.
Set the location (i.e., city, state) where you want to address intermediaries like business brokers and advisors. Ideally, the mailing list will include placess within a 30-mile radius of the city.
A BUSINESS FOR SALE
To whom it may concern:
Business category: for example, "restaurant", "carpet cleaning". The category is a key element to bring forward your sale listing and enable PPC advertising. Please notify us if your category is not listed.
Business main location
What the business does
Briefly describe the main purpose of your business and the sector in which it operates. NB! This section is required in order to get your sale listing ready to go.
Type your asking price or price range. Leave it blank if you prefer people to get in touch for a quote.
Key financial facts and forecast
Business financial strength is of vital concern to potential buyers. Describe your company's financial position by providing facts about past performance, and where it's heading next (forecast income statement for the next 3 to 5 years). Shortly describe your business's debt vs equity position.
You may want to offer potential intermediaries a compensation for finding a buyer for your business. Leave blank if you're not interested to offer any compensation.
Spread Your Offer Among Brokers Nearby
Set your own terms for the deal.
The Pitch-to-Brokers tool lets you stay on top of the game and set your own terms for the sale. And, instead of talking to just one broker or agent, you will be spreading your offer to potentially tens of intermediaries nearby.
Business professionals like advisors, brokers, and lenders will receive your message in the form of a confidential, hardcopy letter, delivered by US Postal Service, which is near-impossible to ignore.
In the letter, you'll summarize what the business does, and how much you're willing to pay for a successful sale (called a 'finder's fee'). If they're interested, an intermediary will contact you confidentially over the phone, or via internet, to discuss the details.
It's an old-fashion, yet a rock-solid, method to lead the sales process, keep it out of public eyes, and get the best possible deal.