Selling your manufacturing company is possible — even in a down economy
Abstract: “We’re just going to wait it out.” In an uncertain economy, this seems to be a business owner’s mantra for everything from hiring freezes to putting off large expenditures. Prudence may be preferable when it comes to some business decisions, but if a manufacturing company owner is considering selling the business, he or she doesn’t have to wait until things pick up. Although some flexibility is necessary, an acceptable price is within reach if one is perceived as a discerning and prepared seller. This article describes the steps to make it possible.