Your small business has shown much promise and is ready to expand. One way to widen your footprint is to merge your business with another company.
A company that is prepared for anything will have generators on hand to protect their company, increase security and keep customers coming back no matter what the conditions.
Outsourcing a business is becoming increasingly popular as more companies look for ways to lower operating costs while obtaining specialized services. Outsourcing routine functions like transcription, billing, record management, and shipping is commonplace and usually can be managed successfully.
If you are looking to sell your business the best time to put it on the market may be right now. We are five years removed from the Great Recession and the financial markets are booming.
When logistics are a major business function, a significant portion of the company budget will be allocated to supply chain functions and services.
When is the best time for you to sell your business? Answer: whenever you feel like it. Seriously, you may want to do a few things first before putting your business on the market, namely ensuring that your cash flow is strong.