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215 N. Main St,, Suite 1
Newberg, Oregon 97132 (View Map)
Pacific Northwest Business Brokers provides a full range of Oregon business broker and merger acquisition services.
Principal Broker Gary Richards brings not only his experience as a business broker, but also his experience in launching, financing, growing, and divesting companies for his own account over the past 20 years.
He is part of a successful team of business sale transaction experts, including the all-important legal element in preparing for a successful business sale.
Gary P. Richards (503) 991-5601
Oregon business broker Gary Richards serves all of Oregon. He has managed the sale of businesses (with and without real estate) throughout the state since 2004. He is one of the few Oregon business brokers to have managed a business unit of a Fortune 500 company.
In addition, he has coordinated the planning, capitalization, development, and operation of more than 100 businesses since 1984. He has raised over $120 million in equity and debt financing for them. He understands how to present an Oregon business opportunity in a way that maximizes the proceeds to the seller, while paying attention to the legitimate needs of the business buyer to make a market rate return on investment.
An experienced business owner and manager , Gary has launched, built, and sold businesses large and small for his own account over the past 20 years. Gary's background includes service as Chairman and CEO of a national company with multiple locations. It was here that he gained much of his experience in business analysis, financial management and capital formation.These skill serve his clients well when they engage him as a business broker.
Gary will be happy to explore whether our business brokerage services might be of value to you; please feel free to call him at 503-991-5601. Out of state calls can be made to 800-618-2113.
In addition to being an Oregon business broker, Gary is a licensed real estate broker in the State of Oregon.
Pacific Northwest Business Brokers serves business buyers and business sellers throughout the state of Oregon. Transaction sizes range from under $500,000 to over $20 million. The firm maintains a business broker database of business buyers and business sellers, and it has contacts in the finance industry to assist business buyers in obtaining their target acquisitions.
The firm has experience in a variety of industries, including the wine industry, manufacturing, construction, retail, and service-based companies.
Gary holds a BA degree in Management and Technology from the University of Maryland. He is a business advisor at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, serving clients at the Small Business Development Center. He also serves as Regional Advisor, Capital Access Team, for the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network.
In addition, Gary has served on the SBA National Advisory Council, which is a key private sector advisory group to the SBA, Congress, and the President on small business issues.
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