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Insider Tips on Selling a Business in Canada

Selling a business is complicated. You need a professional who can walk you through the minefield of details. SB M&A Canada president Greg Kells has seen small business from every angle—as entrepreneur, partner, consultant, business broker and valuator—and helped hundreds achieve their dreams. His Insider Tips on Selling a Business in Canada reveals the secrets of selling your business and getting what it is worth in the Canadian marketplace

Insider Tips on Buying a Business in Canada

People who buy an established business have a much higher rate of success than those who start one. But business ownership is not for everyone.Insider Tips on Buying a Business in Canada by SB M&A Canada president Greg Kells will help you to decide if it is for you and if so, show you how to buy the right business for the right price and terms.
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The following is a list of online resources that many of our clients have found helpful:

Stats Canada (www.statcan.gc.ca) – Economic, social and census data with daily analysis of statistical releases from Statistics Canada.

BBB – Better Business Bureau (bbb.org/Canada) – BBB’s mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust

CAFÉ – Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (www.cafecanada.ca) The Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (CAFE) is a not-for-profit national organization dedicated to promoting the well-being and understanding of families in business.

CFIB – Canadian Federation of Independent Business (cfib.ca) – CFIB has been a big voice for small business for over 35 years

CCC – Canadian Commercial Corporation (www.ccc.ca) CCC assists Canadian companies maximize export opportunities, particularly with government markets

CBDC – Community Business Development Corporation (www.cbdc.ca) The CBDC assists in the creation of small businesses and in the expansion and modernization of existing businesses by providing financial and technical services to entrepreneurs

BDC – Business Development Corporation (www.bdc.ca) BDC (Business Development Bank of Canada) provides Canadian businesses with flexible financing, affordable consulting services and venture capital.

Canada Business (www.canadabusiness.ca) – Canadian government site dedicated to providing services for entrepreneurs helping entrepreneurs

2012 MBA Online (OnlineMBA.com) articles for students and individuals with business management interests

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