When thinking of buying a new business or selling a current business, owners should consider using a business broker to help throughout the process. A business broker in Connecticut will have education and experience in assisting business owners, and brokers also have a many professional connections to help complete the deal.
Though a business broker in Connecticut does not have to be a member of any specific organizations to qualify as a broker, there are course requirements and eligibility exams necessary for all brokers. Business owners may also benefit from working with brokers who are members of organizations.
A membership carries reputability and professionalism along with its title. For example, there are two well-known organizations that Connecticut brokers might join:
These organizations hold prestige in the brokerage world, and they also provide growth and advancement opportunities to Connecticut business brokers as they seek to help business owners sell a business.
If you are a business owner needing to sell, consider finding a business broker to help you make the transition.
Compass Capital Advisors Inc.
Fine and Company
East Hartford, Connecticut
Blanket Real Estate
New Fairfield, Connecticut
East Coast Stores NYC, Long Island, Westchester
Inbar Group Inc - Business Brokers
George & Company/CentralBrokers
Vested Business Brokers, Ltd
The Route Store
Memberships start at only $99.95 a month.
*According to the most recent Business Brokerage Press survey