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Definition:A professional who assists in the buying and selling of businesses .
The principal value of a business broker is to act as a buffer between the buyer and the seller. A broker can say certain things to a buyer and certain things to a seller and wind up with a productive discussion. The broker can tell the owner the price is too high, relay what has to be done to make a deal–very openly and candidly–and discuss how the differences in viewpoint can be ironed out effectively.
If you’re in the market to buy an existing business, a broker can help you find businesses for sale that fit your parameters, including location, industry and size. The broker will typically charge you a commission of 5 to 10 percent of the purchase price, but the assistance brokers can offer, especially for first-time buyers, is often worth the cost. However, if you’re trying to save money, you might want to consider hiring a broker only when you’re near the final negotiating phase. Brokers can offer assistance in several ways:
- Prescreening businesses for you. Good brokers turn down many of the businesses they’re asked to sell, either because the seller won’t provide full financial disclosure or because the business is overpriced. Going through a broker helps you avoid these bad risks.
- Helping you pinpoint your interests. A good broker starts by finding out about your skills and interests, then helps you select the right business for you. With the help of a broker, you may discover that an industry you had never considered is the ideal one for you.
- Negotiating. During the negotiating process is when brokers really earn their keep. They help both parties stay focused on the ultimate goal and smooth over problems.
- Assisting with paperwork. Brokers know the latest laws and regulations affecting everything from licenses and permits to financing and escrow. They also know the most efficient ways to cut through red tape, which can slash months off the purchase process. Working with a broker reduces the risk that you’ll neglect some crucial form, fee or step in the process.
When it comes to selling your business, finding the right buyer can be time-consuming and daunting if you try to do it yourself. A seasoned business broker can read the market, knows who’s buying what and who’s got resources, and can weed out the so-called “tire kickers” from serious buyers with sufficient financial resources who are well-suited to run a business like yours. They will also ensure that news of the sale remains confidential, that loyal customers, staff, vendors and suppliers find out only when you’re ready to let them know.
Then there are administrative issues. An experienced business broker knows what paperwork to file, and when. They also coordinate efforts between lawyers, CPAs, bankers, insurance agents and others.
While it costs money to contract with a broker to sell your business, think of the commission you’d pay him or her as a kind of insurance. Your broker will protect your investment in the business by placing the proper value on your business, finding the right buyer, getting you the best price possible, protecting the confidentiality of the sale, handling all negotiations, ensuring that all transactions are legal, and seeing that the transition to new ownership is as wrinkle-free as possible.
Brokers’ fees generally range anywhere from 5 to 10 percent of the selling price of the business, depending on negotiations with the broker, state laws and other factors. This is usually money well spend, because the broker can usually get more money for the business, make negotiations run smoothly, handle a lot of clerical and other details, and make a sale possible, whereas an individual business seller might not be able to accomplish all these things.
One of the key functions of a business broker is to act as a cushion between the buyer and the
seller and negotiate the details of the deal at a time when emotions can, and do, run high. A small business is often one of the biggest assets a business owner has, one which he or she has spent considerable time and money building. An experienced broker knows how to price a business and can toot the business’s horn in a way you might not be able to. The buyer can ask the broker pointed questions that might be difficult to ask you directly and get the answers he or she needs. The broker can also help answer any questions or resolve any problems that develop during the course of the sale.
When it comes to choosing a business broker, make sure there’s good chemistry between you and your broker and that the two of you communicate well. You’re paying your broker to look out for your interests, negotiate successfully on your behalf, and complete the transaction in a timely and professional manner.
To find a business broker to help you sell your business, take these steps:
- Check newspaper ads under “Business Opportunities.” Look in your local and regional papers, as well as in The Wall Street Journal. You’ll frequently see businesses for sale under this heading, and just as prospective buyers are invited to inquire about these businesses, prospective sellers should also check out who’s facilitating these sales.
- Look in the Yellow Pages under “Real Estate” or “Business Brokers.” Be sure to find a broker who specializes in selling businesses, not simply real estate. Don’t let the broker list your business on a realtor’s multiple listing service. Any broker who wants to do this isn’t willing to devote the time and work necessary to sell your business.
- Ask for referrals. Ask other business owners who’ve sold businesses who they worked with. Your local chamber of commerce can also provide referrals to business brokers, as can your banker, CPA, attorney, and financial planner.
Once you find a broker to work with, sign a contract that specifies what kind of advertising your broker will do and that the name of the business will not appear in any ads or other promotion.
The BIG list of today – s marketing channels – Smart Insights #best #online
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The current focus on multichannel and omnichannel strategies. highlights the need to prioritise investment on the relevant marketing channels for a company. It’s not practical for most to manage all channels and certainly you need to prioritise resources on the channels which will give the best returns. Should you focus on digital marketing channels? Or can offline channels still deliver good ROI? To help the process of channel review and selection, I have developed this list as a starting point for a comprehensive view on all current channels available to organisations.
List of all marketing, service, delivery and transactional channels
Here is my initial list of channels, you can see I have categorised each channel. Please review the channel list and let me know if key channels are missing. I’m hoping this will be a comprehensive list that can be used for strategic review, so I have provided it as a Google Docs spreadsheet list of all channels as a the list to be complete and updated regularly. Please let me know what you think!
View the Google Docs Spreadsheet: List of all channels (commenting enabled)
How to select the right channels?
With so many marketing channels; so little time the idea of using such a list is to:
- Review performance of channels currently used
- Score other potential channels for market fit and potential returns
- Select new mix of channels for managing
Deciding which channels to use for what purposes is a critical element of business strategy regardless of whether you’re an Marketer in a B2B or B2C firm. Get it right and you can reap the rewards of reaching and retaining your customers. Get it wrong and you could spend a lot time and money trying to either persuade customers to shift channels or chasing a market that isn’t there.
Tealeaf researched consumer channel choice in a typical purchase journey. As you’ll see there is a large gap between the channel leaders and the lagards. However this gap may well have closed since the research was carried out back in 2012:
Channel choice by consumers for research and purchase
Customer research and journey mapping is key to identify which marketing channels to pursue. However what is critical is that you build up a set of core services (CRM, order management and product offers) that all of your channels can consume. Having these core services available will allow your business to quickly roll out services on emerging marketing channels.
Multichannel and omnichannel definitions
Based on the commonly used definitions; multichannel is considered the use of more than one channel for transaction or delivery. Often one channel is digital and the other physical (stores and an ecommerce website). Omnichannel is defined as the use of all channels available for service, distribution and transaction within a unified experience.
Given the breadth of channel availability for marketing, it is not necessary to distinguish multichannel and omnichannel.
How do you choose relevant marketing channels?
Please do review the channel list and let me know if any channel is missing. I want the list to be complete and updated regularly.
Also, how does your firm select relevant channels to invest in? Do you go after everything or have you taken a conservative approach? Let me know in the comments.
By David Sealey
David is a regular contributor to Smart Insights and other blogs. He typically writes about strategy, innovation and optimisation in digital marketing. David is currently Head of Digital Consulting at CACI. You can read more of David’s work at Storm81 .
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Disability Studies: A New Normal
April Coughlin, who has a master s degree in disability studies, led New York City Teaching Fellows along the High Line last summer to demonstrate accessibility issues. Credit Michael Appleton for The New York Times
THE temporarily able-bodied, or TABs. That’s what disability activists call those who are not physically or mentally impaired. And they like to remind them that disability is a porous state; anyone can enter or leave at any time. Live long enough and you will almost certainly enter it.
That foreboding forecast is driving growth in disability studies, a field that didn’t even exist 20 years ago. The reasons are mainly demographic: as the population ages, the number of disabled will grow — by 21 percent between 2007 and 2030, according to the Census Bureau.
At the other end of the generational spectrum are those raised after the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act in 1990. They are now in college or entering the work force. They are educated, perhaps without even realizing it, in the politics and realities of disability, having sat in the same classrooms in a more accessible society.
Universities have long studied the disabled in medical and health care curriculums. But when the first disability studies program emerged at Syracuse University in 1994, it was a radical departure from the medical model that had dominated offerings for decades and had approached disability as a deficit that needed fixing.
Like black studies, women’s studies and other liberation-movement disciplines, disability studies teaches that it is an unaccepting society that needs normalizing, not the minority group. “Disablement comes from a confluence of social factors that shape one’s identity,” says Tammy Berberi, president of the Society for Disability Studies. “It is not a distinct physical condition or a private struggle.”
The Modern Language Association. which promotes the study of literature and the humanities, established disability studies in 2005 as a “division of study.” This says much about how far the field has come in the last 20 years, and about its mission.
Through courses in disability history, theory, legislation, policy, ethics and the arts, students are taught to think critically about the “lived lives” of the disabled, and to work to improve quality of life and to advocate for civil rights. “It’s more than teaching the disabled how to make an omelet,” Dr. Berberi says. The emphasis is on applying lessons from the humanities to solving the social struggle at hand.
Steven J. Taylor, who created the Syracuse program, puts it succinctly: “Disability studies starts with accepting the disability. Then it asks the question: ‘How do we equalize the playing field?’ ”
WHERE YOU CAN STUDY
Some 35 colleges and universities tackle that question through graduate and undergraduate degrees, minors and certificates. Not all get to the answer in the same way, or agree on what constitutes a successful endgame. Mariette J. Bates, academic director for the program at the City University of New York School of Professional Studies, says the differences stem from a fragmented field (“cognitive doesn’t talk to physical, and no one talks to mental”) and divergent academic approaches (theoretical versus clinical).
CUNY, Syracuse University and the University of Illinois at Chicago have the oldest and best-known programs. A complete, vetted list can be found on the web site for Syracuse’s Center on Human Policy, Law and Disability Studies.
Because of its history and student body, CUNY takes the most applied approach. The program grew from a Kennedy Fellows program in special education and rehabilitative counseling, and 70 percent of those seeking a credential there in disability studies work at service agencies. CUNY started a four-course graduate certificate in 2004 and, because of student demand, created a master’s in 2009 and a bachelor’s — the first in the field and completely online — in 2012.
Syracuse’s program — an undergraduate minor and an advanced certificate — emerged from its school of education at a time when the university was emphasizing educational mainstreaming and dissolving its special education program. At the graduate school level, candidates from any discipline can enroll in the certificate of advanced study, or combine disability studies with law. The only free-standing Ph.D. is at the University of Illinois’s Chicago campus.
The rationale for the interdisciplinary approach? Jobs. Disability studies has its greatest impact when taken up with another pursuit, academic or professional, Dr. Taylor says. For doctoral students, an interdisciplinary approach increases the odds of landing an academic appointment, since there are few professorships in disability studies alone.
Graduates can go on to careers in architecture, management, engineering, policy, law, rehabilitative medicine, music and the arts. The most obvious application is in education and human services, including social work and health care, where advancement often requires certification or a graduate degree.
What a credential “signals,” says Noam Ostrander, who has a Ph.D. in disability studies from U.I.C. and is director of the Master of Social Work program at DePaul University, “is a nuanced understanding of disability that is not the tragic, scientific model but a progressive model of disability that is more empowering.”
WHO IS STUDYING IT
Joseph Plutz, the coordinator of disability services at the Fashion Institute of Technology, began as an administrative assistant 10 years ago. With a background in finance, 15 years in the corporate world and no formal training in education or social services, he was looking to be promoted to a counselor position. His office coordinator suggested CUNY’s certificate, which he earned in 2010. He then continued for a master’s. The degree, he said, positioned him to work directly with students, most with cognitive or learning impairments, advising them on course scheduling, time management and ways to advocate for educational and, eventually, on-the-job needs.
The discipline, unsurprisingly, attracts students with disabilities, or those with a disabled loved one. Forty percent of the students in the U.I.C. master’s, minor and certificate programs are disabled; about 60 percent of those enrolled in CUNY’s bachelor’s program have a disability or a disabled child.
April Coughlin has been in a wheelchair since a car accident left her a paraplegic at age 6. That didn’t stop her from becoming a triathlete wheelchair racer or a middle and high school English teacher. Her six years working in New York City schools galvanized her. She routinely encountered access issues. She was unable to consider jobs in older school buildings, some of which house the city’s top schools, because they were not wheelchair accessible. If she couldn’t get in to teach in certain schools, she realized, many children with disabilities couldn’t learn in them either, or see a person with a disability leading the classroom.
She wove a disability perspective into her literature curriculum, but saw a bigger calling: educating teachers across the board about the needs of students with disabilities. She completed a master’s in disability studies at CUNY in 2011 and is a Ph.D. candidate in special education and disability studies at Syracuse. “Disability studies provided me with the language I needed to describe what I had been going through my whole life,” she says.
Her goal is to train future educators at the college level. She already has a start. Last summer she was a trainer for New York City Teaching Fellows. She also teaches an online course in disability and embodiment for CUNY, in which she uses memoir writing, videos and film to convey the experience of being disabled.
The best way to learn is from those who have lived it, she says. “I can’t help but bring my real-world stories to the classroom. I like to think my disability gives me credibility.”
Cecilia Capuzzi Simon writes about education from Washington.
A version of this article appears in print on November 3, 2013, on Page ED18 of Education Life with the headline: The New Normal. Order Reprints | Today’s Paper | Subscribe
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With growth back on the agenda for many UK businesses now is the perfect time to take your sales career to the next level with Telegraph jobs. We have available jobs in a wide range of sectors from FMCG, engineering, manufacturing, IT and many more. The salaries in sales positions can range from £25k to £90k+, dependent on the level of experience.
With Sales Directors, Area Management, Account Manager, Head of Sales, Field Sales Executive and Sales Assistant roles available throughout our listings there is a job to suit every jobseeker. Some roles may require a solid track record in sales delivery, strategy or reporting whilst at entry level a desire to sell might be all you need. To kick-start your careers in sales and business development check out our Telegraph job vacancies below.
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Home Party Business Opportunity
Opportunities in the home party business are plentiful and the industry continues to expand. In these tough economic times, people seek opportunities to make additional income, or to replace lost income. The home party plan business works in good times and bad, but is it right for you?
Prior to starting your business, you should take a few moments to look inward. Determine if this business model is right for you and if you have the right stuff for this business. You can make a good living, work your own hours, and have time for your children and family when you work in the direct sales industry.
Are You a Good Fit For the Business?
To be a good fit for the home party business. you must ask yourself if you enjoy speaking in front of a group. You should also consider how you feel about giving product presentations and selling a product line. If you are reluctant to speak in front of a small group or to sell products, or you get the shakes just thinking about it, you might want to look for another line of work.
Marketing is an essential part of a home party business. You will have to promote and market your business. You will have to place ads, call people on the phone, hand out business cards, attend business group meetings and community functions, and constantly look for new ways to promote. Marketing never ends; marketing is an everyday component of the business and is the key to a successful career in home party plan selling. If the thought of selling gives you a migraine, this line of work is definitely not for you!
Before you start your business, you should decide if you want to work part-time or full-time. This business is the perfect choice no matter which you choose. You may opt to start part-time and then switch to full-time when you discover how much you enjoy it!
The last thing you need to do is select a product line. You should find products that you truly enjoy using. Your enjoyment will serve as an excellent selling point and motivate others to buy. There are so many different products to choose from: jewelry, kitchen aids, make-up, housewares, arts and crafts, lingerie, and adult products. Finding a product line you believe in will make selling so much easier!
Home Party Business Is Simple
The home party plan business is simple, but not easy. It is simple because you work with a company that supplies the products and basic marketing materials. It is not easy because owing a business is never easy. Building and running a successful business takes plenty of time and effort. However, if you want a business that offers the chance to make money, meet people, earn respect, and have fun while you work the home party business is the way to go!
When you take the time to invest in your education by participating in home party plan training then you will surely reach your goals working from home.
Deb Bixler retired from the corporate world in 2000 to enjoy life as an entrepreneur. In the first 9 months as a home party direct seller she built a home business and sales team which provided her with an income capable of replacing her corporate business salary of $80,000 per year. Deb manages the largest FREE home party plan resource center on the web. She is the creator of the CashFlowShow Game which provides affordable duplicate-able training to improve team retention and is the host of the weekly CashFlowShow – Direct Sales Radio show. Deb was recognized in the 2009 2010 Direct Sales Power 50 as one of the most influential people in direct sales worldwide and received the 2011 Direct Selling Women’s Alliance Speaker Of The Year award.
Why does Deb s bio state that she manages the largest FREE home party plan resource center on the web , yet the site that this statement links to appears to charge for every piece of advice it offers? Maybe the free stuff is slyly hidden somewhere on the site, or maybe the statement is just intentionally deceiving either way it s disappointing and obviously misleading. On the other hand, it proves she s mastered the savvy sales tactics, doesn t it? The only fail here is allowing the customer to spot that trick or tactic. Here s some real, free advice for sellers: be honest and treat your customers well. Otherwise, beware of backfire!
The website Cash Flow Show has over 500 pages of free training including the blog and the daily radio show.
Sorry that you find that deceiving. Actually we received an award as one of the top 3 blogs worldwide for direct sellers.
It was not meant to be a trick or tactic. Sorry you were disappointed!