How to become business broker
Welcome to Business Brokers Network. Established in 1981, we enjoy a leadership position in the rapidly growing Business Brokerage Industry. For over thirty years, we have focused on selecting, training and servicing Affiliate Member Business Brokers in the professional approach and successful execution of Business Transfers.
We have a "Proven Process" to market and sell businesses and our Affiliate Members are continually trained in this "Proven Process." As a result, they are qualified to work with Business Owners and Business Buyers interested in businesses of virtually any size and type. Business Brokers Network is America's Largest Network of Business Brokers.
The BBN Vision
Be America’s Most Respected Resource for Transferring Business Ownership
The BBN Mission
The On-Going Diligent Pursuit to:
- Identify qualified candidates that desire to become professional Business Brokers as Affiliate Members of Business Brokers Network.
Affiliation Member Benefits
We provide state-of-the-art continuing training for our Affiliate Member Business Brokers. Our training and related activities focus upon teaching processes and techniques used to professionally represent Business Sellers and Business Buyers.
Our Business Brokerage training is current, useful and meaningful for serious individuals that desire to be successful professional Business Brokers. Business Brokers Network is America’s Largest Network of Business Brokers.
A Business Owner benefits from working with a BBN Affiliate Member Business Broker. Our Affiliate Members have the training, tools and experience to deliver Qualified and Motivated Business Buyers. The BBN Network provides access to Business Buyers nationwide!
A Business Buyer benefits from working with a BBN Affiliate Member Business Broker. Our Affiliate Members are trained to understand that Business Buyers are buying "Cash Flow" or Economic Performance. The BBN Network provides access to profitable businesses nationwide!
Selling Price Matters
Proper pricing of a business attracts seriously motivated Buyers and allows the Seller to receive full value for the business. A properly priced business includes measurements for the economic performance of the business as well as consideration of the current Fair Market Value (Selling Price) of Tangible and Intangible Assets used in the business.
A Properly Priced Business Sells…Others Do Not!Source: www.bbnbrokers.com