When getting ready to sell manufacturing business you have to start by creating a buyer’s kit. This is the document that helps you sell to potential buyers by presenting your business in the best possible light. Our team at So-Cal Business Brokers has been creating buyer’s kits for more than 20 years. We are in the best position to create for you a kit that will win over your target buyer. But what exactly is included in the buyer’s kit?
The executive summary gives an overview of what your business is like. This should be between one and two paragraphs. It has to be positive and enthusiastic. It is also here that you should give details on what the kit is all about. Needless to say, as you sell manufacturing business it can be hard to capture the interest of a buyer within two paragraphs more so if you are creating an executive summary for the first time. Our business broker is happy to help.
The next thing you have to include is a brief history of your business. Business information should include details on the structure of your business, key achievements and your reasons for success. Photographs and maps, if relevant, will help grab the attention of a buyer even more. It is also here that you should give details on why you are selling. Our team at So-Cal Business Brokers will not only help with this but also ensure you are giving the best reason for selling. Selling for the wrong reason can keep you from ever closing.
How many employees does your business have and what are their skills and capacities. You don’t need to describe specific people. All that is needed here is an outline of the different roles your employees play.
Products and services
Buyers want to know what kinds of products or services you offer. This information has to be included in the buyer’s kit. To be able to sell manufacturing business fast you have to explain some details about the products and services your manufacturing business offers. You also need to give details on how you market them. Our team has lots of experience selling manufacturing businesses and we know what interests buyers the most when it comes to products and services. We will ensure you cover this area in a way that captures the interest of potential buyers.
Other details that should be included in the buyer’s kit include:
- Customer demographics
- Sale price and terms
- Business assets
- Future directions
Don’t gamble; talk to us today and take advantage of our free consultation. Our mission as one of the leading business brokerage firms in the country is to help you sell manufacturing business fast and for the right price. Our only compensation is the success fee you pay after closing.