Denver Business Brokers™

Denver Business Brokers™ sets the highest quality standards in the industry, providing professional service with integrity. Strength, professionalism and commitment are the cornerstones of Denver Business Brokers™. As advocates we provide as advocates a comprehensive consultative approach to each and every business transaction to buyers and sellers of main street, upper main street, and middle market businesses.

The decision to buy or sell a business is often a difficult one because of the profound personal and financial impact. The dedicated full-time Professional Intermediaries at Denver Business Brokers™ are committed to protect every client’s interest and to working diligently with every client facilitating the purchase or sale of a business or business interest. Choosing to work with Denver Business Brokers™ means you will have peace of mind in knowing that we work to secure the best possible result for yourself from the onset of the buying or selling process. At Denver Business Brokers™ we provide professional service with proven results.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation regarding the sale of your business.

 

Recent Posts

  • New Year’s Resolutions & Selling Your Business

    New Year’s Resolutions & Selling Your Business

    Most people fail to keep their New Year’s Resolutions.  But where buying and selling a business is concerned, failing to keep those resolutions could mean an abundance of lost opportunity. Todd Ganos at Forbes recently penned a thought-provoking article entitled The 8 New Year’s Resolutions for the Sale of Your …
  • Confidentiality Agreements: What are the Most Important Elements?

    Confidentiality Agreements: What are the Most Important Elements?

    Every business has to be concerned about maintaining confidentiality.  In fact, it is common for business owners to become somewhat obsessed with confidentiality when they are getting ready to sell their business. It goes without saying that owners don’t want the word that they are selling to spread to the …
  • Goodwill and Its Importance to Your Business

    Goodwill and Its Importance to Your Business

    What exactly does the term “goodwill” mean when it comes to buying or selling a business?  Usually, the term “goodwill” is a reference to all the effort that a seller puts into a business over the years that he or she operates that business.  In a sense, goodwill is the …
  • The Sale of a Business May Actually Excite Employees

    The Sale of a Business May Actually Excite Employees

    Many sellers worry that employees might “hit the panic button” when they learn that a business is up for sale.  Yet, in a recent article from mergers and acquisitions specialist Barbara Taylor entitled, “Selling Your Business?  3 Reasons Why Your Employees Will Be Thrilled,” Taylor brings up some thought-provoking points …
  • A Look at Divestopedia’s Article, “The Myth of Fair Business Valuation”

    A Look at Divestopedia’s Article, “The Myth of Fair Business Valuation”

    In Divestopedia’s article, “The Myth of Fair Business Valuation: What Professional Valuations Don’t Tell You,” author Chak Reddy is quick to point out that the “type of buyer and method of sale are two important (yet often overlooked) value determinants when finding a starting price for your business.” Reddy brings …
  • 5 Big Questions to Consider when Financing a Business Sale

    5 Big Questions to Consider when Financing a Business Sale

    How should the purchase of a business be structured?  This is a point that you’ll want to address early in the sale process.  For most people, buying or selling a business is one of the most, if not the most, important business decision that they will ever make.  For this …