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Thank you for attending WELCOME! Thank you for attending our seminar “Buying , Selling and Valuing Your Privately Held Business”. We will share some ideas and experiences that we hope will be beneficial in your understanding of the “Real World” of privately owned businesses and the factors that affect their value. That Sunbelt is the largest business brokerage network in the world with over 300 offices in 14 countries is not particularly important to this presentation. However the source of this presentation comes from the experience pool of a large network of professional business brokers. In this seminar Joseph Harrel will convey awareness of areas that drive the value of a business, confidentiality in the sale or transfer of the business, finance issues , how we help protect all parties throughout the process with a goal to arriving at a win-win scenario for everyone involved. Joseph J. Harrel CBI Bsc. Admin. Sunbelt West Island 514-694-0554 poste 1 www.SunbeltNetwork.com
Joseph J. Harrel is a Certified Business Intermediary
and a member of the International Business Brokers Association
Born in Toronto and raised in Montreal Joseph has extensive experience in management within small, medium and large privately held companies in addition to having bought, successfully operated and profitably sold his own business before moving on to establish a Sunbelt office on the West Island of Montreal.
He is trained in the intricacies of pricing businesses, bringing buyers and sellers together and negotiating long term solutions.
Determine how much is the minimum you need to make from the business and determine what is the investment level you are willing to make. Typically the higher your investment the higher the business profitability
Salary, vehicle costs, personal insurance, entertainment not directly related to the business, some charitable contributions, travel, maintenance costs for non-business items, rent costs in excess of normal market rent or rent paid to an entity that the seller controls, etc.
Owner compensation/benefits that are often identified: