October 2020

Work Yourself Out of a Job

The more your business revolves around you, the more risk buyers see. To increase business value, build a strong management team. Work yourself out of the day-to-day business by developing an experienced, empowered management team. The less the business is dependent on you and your knowledge or relationships, the less… Read More »Work Yourself Out of a Job

Top 10 Markets Where Small Businesses are Getting Sold!

BizBuySell’s 3rd quarter 2020 Insight Report found business sales remain strong in Phoenix. A new Dept. of Defense study found low risk of coronavirus infection in modern airplane cabins. Source: BizBuySell Learn more about Delta Business Advisors at: https://DeltaBusinessAdvisors.com or contact us @ 480-686-8062 | Lisa@DeltaBusinessAdvisors.com | Schedule a meeting with Lisa: https://calendly.com/lisariley #DeltaBusinessAdvisors #MergersandAcquisitions… Read More »Top 10 Markets Where Small Businesses are Getting Sold!

Small Businesses Still Selling

BizBuySell’s 3rd quarter 2020 Insight Report found that although Q3 transactions dropped 16%, the financials of businesses that sold exhibited solid growth. The median revenue of sold businesses grew 14.2% from $554,763 to $633,494, while the median cash flow increased 8.1% from $125,000 to $135,119. Source: BizBuySell Learn more about Delta… Read More »Small Businesses Still Selling

Small Businesses Getting Closed

BizBuySell’s 3rd quarter 2020 Insight Report found  that in April, transactions showed a 51% year over year decline, shrinking the deficit to 21% in July, and then just 5% fewer deals in September. Source: BizBuySell Learn more about Delta Business Advisors at: https://DeltaBusinessAdvisors.com or contact us @ 480-686-8062 | Lisa@DeltaBusinessAdvisors.com | Schedule a… Read More »Small Businesses Getting Closed

Google Search Share

On Tuesday morning, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Google for “unlawfully maintaining a monopoly in general search services and search advertising in violation of the U.S. antitrust laws.” The suit, which the DOJ describes as “a monumental case for the Department of Justice and, more importantly,… Read More »Google Search Share