A seasoned business owner and transfer specialist, Steve knows how hard it can be for an owner to sell their business. The desire to reap the reward from years of hard work can be conflicted by the loyalty to a group of key employees. By working with a seller and these key employee, Steve can not only facilitate the exit of the current owner but support and develop the management team to allow the legacy of the business to continue. Having "been there and done that" he has unique knowledge, relationships and resources that can make this happen.
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The Importance of Preparing Your Business for Sale Early. I had lunch recently with a married couple who are of successful entrepreneurs. They have built a very nice business; it is profitable and well respected. It is a business that … Continue reading
Change in Ownership at Kensington Lockers, Kensington Kansas Steve Fischer of VR Business Brokers in Wichita, Kansas, is proud to announce that Kensington Lockers in Kensington, Kansas, has new owners, Dylan and Deidra Tweedy of Kensington, Kansas. A regional custom … Continue reading
Steve Fischer of VR Business Brokers in Wichita, Kansas is proud to share that Cero’s Candies in Wichita, Kansas has new owners, Betty and Carson Albrecht. Under the guidance of Pam Bishop and her daughter, Darcy Thrasher, since 2010, Cero’s is … Continue reading
Selling a business is one of the biggest decisions that a business owner will ever make. It is also one of the most emotional. Burn-out, pressure, greed, ego, unfamiliarity with the process all make a person emotionally vulnerable to a … Continue reading
Google the word scam It always disappoints me when I see or hear about a business owner getting into a relationship with a bad business broker. These are usually long, painful, expensive and unproductive for the business owner. It creates … Continue reading
Why are you a C-Corp? Every business transfer that I have been involved with has had tax consequences for the seller. No one likes to pay more than they have to and it is very frustrating to see a seller … Continue reading