Selling your business is a major decision! You have devoted your time, money, and energy into building, running, and operating your business.
Cole & Company Inc.
Cole & Company Inc. works with privately held companies wishing to obtain maximum value for their business operations through merger or acquisition. Our focus is in Western Colorado and Northwest New Mexico offering investors and corporations the opportunity to acquire profitable businesses in growing, desirable, communities. Confidentiality is maintained throughout all processes.
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A recent article posted on PR Newswire entitled “Business owners’ love of work may hinder succession planning” explains the parallels between the number of business owners with no plans to retire and the lack of succession planning. In a recent poll, over 70% of business owners said they are not planning to retire, don’t know […]
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If you are an independent business owner, you are most likely also an independent business seller–if not now, you will be somewhere down the road. The Small Business Administration reports that three to five years is a long enough stretch for many business owners and that one in every three plans to sell, many of […]
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Can two companies in the same industry have very different valuations? In short, the answer is a resounding, yes. Let’s take an example of two companies that both have an EBITDA of $6 million but with two very different values. In fact, Business One is valued at five times EBITDA, which prices it at $30 […]