IAG Announces the Sale of Espresso Resource NW in Vancouver, WA to an
10/24/2012 10:36:23 AM
IAG, a leading mergers and acquisitions company representing small to medium sized privately
held companies, is pleased to announce the sale of its client, Espresso Resource NW, a high
quality Espresso machine sales and service company.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 24, 2012 -- IAG announced today that it has sold an Espresso Resource NW in Vancouver, Washington. The buyer was an individual that contacted IAG in the spring of 2012. Espresso Resource listed with IAG, LLC in 2011. Once the buyer was approved via the SBA and terms were agreed upon, the sale was finalized.
The owner of Espresso Resource was visited by an IAG business analyst who explained the benefits of working with a full service transaction company. The owner had a very unique business and recognized the complications of selling a business on their own.
IAG provided a business valuation and confidential business review through a third party valuation team, so that the current business owner could know what his company was worth at fair market value and could then be more informed when dealing with potential buyers. IAG also advertised the business and its assets through various merger and acquisition websites, as well as going through its own database of buyers to see if there was a possible deal to be made.
A little over a year after enlisting IAG’s help, Espresso Resource was contacted with a potential buyer that had been screened and verified. IAG was pleased to help with the SBA and the bank to fund the transaction and the buyer was one step closer to being "a happy snow birder".
If potential clients have questions regarding IAG and how the company can help them sell or purchase a business, they may contact Jason Hullender at 877-497-0693 or at info(at)intlag(dot)com. The IAG website at intlag.com is also available for more information.
We help you prepare for the sale of your business and introduce you to serious buyers. We use a very effective strategy employed by Wall Street Mergers and Acquisition firms scaled to the needs of the small business.