Monthly Archives: October 2013

Revenue Based Financing for Small Business

This is an interesting alternative for Financing for certain businesses that have a steady revenue stream, need additional cash, and do not want to give up an equity position in the Company.

It happens to a number of terrific, small businesses. Operations are moving along swimmingly. Your margins are high. Profitability is within reach, and you’ve got a number of customers lining up – but you need a quick infusion of cash in order to scale your operation and meet the oncoming demand.



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How to Build a Company That Will Sell for Big Money

This article is spot-on from Inc Magazine. Build your company so it sells for Big Money. Thanks MINDA ZETLIN for sharing your knowledge.

Think you don’t need to have an exit strategy–you’ll be running your company until you retire or die? “At some point, whether it’s your kids or their kids, someone is going to want to sell the company,” declares Ben Straughan, partner in the Emerging Companies & Venture Capital practice at Perkins Coie.…

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B2B CFO NAMED TO INC. 5000 LIST FOR FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR

B2B CFO NAMED TO INC. 5000 LIST FOR FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR

Company’s Founder and CEO Jerry L. Mills to Speak at Inc. 500|5000 Conference on Exit Strategies

 

MESA, ARIZ. – (August 29, 2013) – B2B CFO, the leader in CFO services for mid-market companies, today announced that it was named to the 32nd annual Inc.…

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Tips for Boomers Ready to Sell their Business to Enter Retirement

Check out this article that I ran across by Casey Dowd, the Boomer.

Published July 18, 2013 FOXBusiness

Baby boomers are increasingly hanging the “for sale” sign on their small businesses as they prepare to leave the workforce and enter retirement.

A recent survey by Pepperdine University and two trade groups, show retirement as the No.…

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Intentional Networking is A Best Practice

Networking is an important component to my business development and the success of my practice.  To be more specific, I focus on intentional networking efforts, like building strategic partners.  I have learned over the years that investments in key relationships of the most productive form of networking.

Identify mutually beneficial relationship opportunities. …

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