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The essential guide to setting up a business on eBay

Ever dreamed of selling on eBay full-time? It’ll take a hefty amount of work – successful sellers flog more than a few pieces of tat from around the house. An astonishing 40 per cent of home businesses actually don’t have their own website, either – they opt for selling on eBay and/or Amazon. It makes The post The essential guide to setting up a business on eBay appeared first on Small Business.

Guide to selling a business Part 1: Why are you selling up?

People sell businesses for a wide range of reasons. Sometimes several motivations converge. Those reasons all fall into one of two camps: factors related to the entrepreneur’s personal circumstances or those related to the business’s fortunes or development and the health of the wider economy. BusinessesForSale.com asked hundreds of business sellers around the world what The post Guide to selling a business Part 1: Why are you selling up? appeared first on Small Business.

How to find the right buyer for your business

When it comes to selling your business, a lot will depend on finding the right buyer. Investing your time and effort into this will help you to achieve a fast sale with which you can be happy. There are many business owners who don’t want to pass their legacy onto just anybody. If this is The post How to find the right buyer for your business appeared first on Small Business.

The pros and cons of selling through your own website

The number of independent sellers has ballooned since platforms like eBay, Amazon Marketplace and Facebook Marketplace came to the fore. They’re great for first-time and casual sellers with a ready-made market of customers searching for items that they’d struggle to find in the shops. But before you jump in, think about whether selling through your The post The pros and cons of selling through your own website appeared first on Small Business.

Should I use a broker when buying or selling a business?

Employing a business broker to represent your interests when buying or selling a business could be a smart move in most circumstances. After all, someone who is involved in the cut and thrust of such deals on a daily basis is sure to have the expertise and judgment that will be to your advantage. Yet, The post Should I use a broker when buying or selling a business? appeared first on Small Business.

Delivery on demand: what’s in the future for buying goods and services?

Delivery to the consumer is a key part of running a successful business, but in the modern digital world, customers have higher expectations than ever before. Waiting a week for an online order is a thing of the past, and companies who don’t have the infrastructure in place to deliver faster will find themselves losing The post Delivery on demand: what’s in the future for buying goods and services? appeared first on Small Business.

Due diligence when buying or selling a business

The primary purpose of doing your due diligence when buying a business is to ensure there are no unexpected problems or unforeseen liabilities. Though due diligence exists to protect the buyer, the process must be thoroughly understood by both parties. As a seller, you will then be ready for a buyer’s questions. As a buyer, The post Due diligence when buying or selling a business appeared first on Small Business.

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