Sell Your Business was created to help business owners around the world through the complicated start-to-finish process of selling a company. Throughout the website information and articles, books, templates and other resources, the creator of Sell Your Business aim to help you:
- Gain techniques and tips on how to best maximise your profit personally
- Demystify the business sale process so you can be one step ahead of the buyer rather than behind
- Be prepared to handle the emotional journey
- To increase the likelihood that you sell the first time through the sale process
- Ensure the sale process goes as quickly and smoothly as possible
- To understand your current valuation and how to best increase it
- To avoid ‘price chipping’ (the buyer reducing the offer price) and costly mistakes
- Escape an earn-out (having to stay on as an employee and hit targets after the sale)
- To ultimately create a successful exit strategy so you can start a new adventure, enjoy more time with loved ones, spend some of your hard-earned cash and do all the things you’ve always want to do but never had the time
If you’re just starting to think about selling, spend some time reading over the articles within the website and if you’re interested in the steps involved in the business sale process, check out, “Selling Your Business – The 12 Step Sale Process”.
If, however, you’ve decided a sale is imminent, please purchase the Book, ‘How To Sell A Business: The #1 Guide to maximising your company value and achieving a quick business sale’ !
About the Sell Your Business creator, Joanna Miller
In 2012, Joanna exited from Cobalt, the business behind RingGo, the UK#1’s mobile phone parking company with her business partner. This was after spending 7 years growing the business and grooming it for sale a number of times.
Joanna started out her career with a specialist software engineering degree that focused on delivering military technology solutions. Since her coding days, she moved to the dark side of business management and focused on growing software products in the SME sector until she took time out to complete her MBA at Cranfield University. After returning to ‘real work’, in 2006, Joanna was a ‘Technology Women of the Future’ Awards finalist.
Since exiting RingGo, she is enjoying new projects and adventures which include coaching and providing consultancy to business owners. She enjoys working with business owners who ideally want to grow and/or exit their business. Additionally, she has a few startup businesses, with like-minded partners, that cover her love for technology, business, gaming, gadgets and sports!
Contact Joanna Miller.