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Recent inquiries by business reporters from a major metropolitan daily newspaper and a news radio affiliate demonstrate a growing interest on the part of the media in learning about the buying and selling of small California businesses during this economic crisis, and talking to BizBen to get information. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Franchised businesses are more than twice as likely to still be in business after 5 years than non-franchised businesses. This is a compelling reason for any aspiring entrepreneur to consider buying a franchise.
Entrepreneurs interested in buying a small or mid-market business may be aided by a new effort of the Small Business Administration to boost lending for business purchase and expansion through its Microloan activity. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
The money needed to help individuals buy small businesses or to enable small business owners to expand their companies is becoming more available after the severe credit freeze that impacted the economy during the end of 2008 and the first part 2009. The SBA announced that loans to businesses totaled $1.9 billion in September, the highest monthly sum since August 2007. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts
Christina Lazuric, a business broker in Orange County asks the questions:
1- Is it legal in the state of California to put that legal blurb in lue of a signature for an NDA. 2- Does anyone have the correct phrase? By Christina Lazuric, CBI View All Christina Lazuric, CBI Blog Posts
Bob Van Veen, business buyer is looking to buy a Goods and services/goods or services. Preferences but not limited to: Technical goods and/or services, distribution, import/export business in the San Diego Ca. within 25 mile radius or operations can be managed remotely or 120 mile radius requiring management less than 2x per week or relocatable. See more details of his request and if you know of a business for sale that matches his business wanted description and profile please phone or email him immediately.
Fewer than 8,300 SBA 7 (a) program loans were made to small businesses in the first three months of 2009, a decline of nearly 50% from about 19,000 SBA-backed loans issued in the same period last year. By Peter Siegel, MBA View All Peter Siegel, MBA Blog Posts