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The Business Journals: Why selling your business is a team activity

 

Calhoun Companies President and Co-owner, Andy Kocemba, is a contributing writer for The Business Journals. Every month he offers advice on buying and selling small businesses.

 

Selling is a Team Activity

You have grown your business by being an expert in your field, and have likely relied on a team of experts. When you are beginning to sell your company, it is time to draw them in even closer.

 

Growing up, I learned a lot about home improvement from my dad, and today I am an avid “do-it-yourselfer.”

The primary reason I am able to be successful in my home projects is that I know my limits. My dad always said, “If it’s behind the walls, I don’t touch it.” Meaning, he knew when to call the plumber or the electrician, and I have learned to do that as well.

The same can be said about the process of selling your business. To maximize the value of your business, make the process smooth, and keep the business healthy until it is handed over, you must draw in your team of experts.

Read more about the team you need to sell your business on the Business Journals website.

 

Calhoun Cos. Andy KocembaAndy Kocemba is president and co-owner of Calhoun Cos., a top business brokerage firms in the Upper Midwest. Calhoun Cos. has been connecting buyers and sellers since 1908, working with small- to medium-sized businesses across all industries. A graduate from Bethel University, Kocemba joined Calhoun Cos. in 2003 as a sales agent before buying the business in 2011. He is a member of the International Business Brokers Association, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, and Better Business Bureau.

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