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Greg Carpenter, Business Broker, San Francisco Bay Area


Contact: Greg Carpenter, Business Broker, San Francisco Bay Area

Company: M&A Business Advisors

Phones: 408-898-0393 Cell



Business broker since 1985 completed sale of more than 350 businesses including manufacturing, distribution, transportation, staffing, education, restaurant, catering, automotive services and retail. Appraisal of businesses for litigation support including appraisal reports conforming to USPAP...

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About Greg Carpenter, Business Broker, San Francisco Bay Area

Business broker since 1985 completed sale of more than 350 businesses including manufacturing, distribution, transportation, staffing, education, restaurant, catering, automotive services and retail. Appraisal of businesses for litigation support including appraisal reports conforming to USPAP, AICPA and RR59-60 standards; expert witness testimony for business valuation and standard of care in business brokerage.




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Since the price a business owner receives when he sells his business is directly proportional to the earnings, it is in the owner's best interest to recast the earnings to industry standards to make sure he is maximizing the sale price. Greg Carpenter explains his views in this BizBen blog post. Contributor: Greg Carpenter
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Precision machining and assembly serving customes in semiconductor equipment, medical equipment, government, defense and other silicon valley customers. Most customers are in Silicon Valley. The company was founded in 2004 and acquired by the current owner in 2015.   Posting #: 261835   Posted by: Greg Carpenter.
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Business broker since 1985 completed sale of more than 350 businesses including manufacturing, distribution, transportation, staffing, education, restaurant, catering, automotive services and retail. Appraisal of businesses for litigation support including appraisal reports conforming to USPAP...
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Company is a full service heating and air conditioning company that serves the Santa Clara, San Joaquin, and Contra Costa counties in Northern California. Established in 1968, the business was acquired by the current owner in 1984. The company is highly regarded in the communities they serve.   Posting #: 266886   Posted by: Greg Carpenter.
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