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

  • What Sellers Don’t Expect When Selling Their Companies

    What Sellers Don’t Expect When Selling Their Companies

    In the proverbial “perfect world,” business owners would plan three to five years ahead to sell their companies.  But, as one industry expert has suggested, business owners very seldom plan to sell; rather, selling is “event driven.”  Partner disputes, divorce, burn-out, health, and new competition are examples of events that …
  • The Importance of Understanding Leases

    The Importance of Understanding Leases

    Leases should never be overlooked when it comes to buying or selling a business.  After all, where your business is located and how long you can stay at that location plays a key role in the overall health of your business.  It is easy to get lost with “larger” issues …
  • Day One is the Day to Prepare Your Exit

    Day One is the Day to Prepare Your Exit

    Pepperjam CTO, Greg Shepard recently published “Planning Your Exit Should Begin When You Launch” in Entrepreneur magazine. In this article, Shepard puts forward a variety of thought-provoking ideas including that entrepreneurs should be thinking about partnering early on with those they believe will ultimately want to buy their business. Thinking …
  • What Makes the Sale of a Business Fall Through?

    What Makes the Sale of a Business Fall Through?

    There are a myriad of reasons why the sale of a business doesn’t close successfully; these multiple causes can, however, be broken down into four categories: those caused by the seller, those caused by the buyer, those that just happen (“acts of fate”), and those caused by third parties. The …
  • When It’s Time to Sell, Put Your Strengths First

    When It’s Time to Sell, Put Your Strengths First

    Putting your strengths first will help you sell your business. While this may seem obvious, a surprising number of business owners will either improperly index the strengths of their business or fail to emphasize those strengths adequately. In this article, we will examine five key business strengths that you should …
  • Evaluating Your Company’s Weaknesses

    Evaluating Your Company’s Weaknesses

    The time you spend evaluating your company’s weaknesses is, as it turns out, one of the single best investments you can hope to make. No one should understand your company better than you. But to fully understand your company, it is essential that you invest the time to understand your …