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Morgan & Westfield: A Business Brokerage for the Digital Age

Selling your business is the apex of your financial life. After investing your blood, sweat and tears into an enterprise that has provided for you, your family and your employees, the moment has finally come for you to start a new chapter in your life. Perhaps you may pursue retirement, look for a better opportunity, or choose other paths you’ve been wanting to explore.

The decisions and choices you make in selling your business will have long-lasting implications. You need a trusted advisor. You need someone who knows how the process works. You need someone who has a proven track record of selling a business. You need Morgan & Westfield.

Morgan & Westfield’s (M&W) business model is exceptionally unique. Here are the elements that make us  special and eminently qualified to guide you through the business sales process:


We are a digital agency:

Your dealings with us will occur over the phone and via email. Our fee structure is based on efficiencies gained by operating in this manner. You reap the benefits.

Amazon, Facebook and Google are prime examples of how our economy has changed. Products, services and information are sold, advertised and provided by these giants without a customer ever gracing a brick and mortar building. The business model of these digital pioneers is built on the backbone of the Internet, where people buy and sell with the click of a mouse. Morgan & Westfield can harness the power of the Internet to market your business around the world and identify the most qualified buyers.

We are not exclusively commissioned-based:

While traditional brokers charge 10-12 percent, our fee-based structure is more economical for you.

Most brokers work exclusively on a commission basis. Buyers pay the commission, which is factored into the purchase price. Morgan & Westfield offers a transparent fee structure that allows you to select which services you want. In the end, fees paid to Morgan & Westfield will be far less than 10-12 percent you would have paid a commissioned broker.

We offer a time-tested formula for selling a business in the digital age:

Our proven four-step process has been used in hundreds of business sales. The power and reach of the Internet allow us to reach buyers across the globe, getting you the best price for your business.

Morgan & Westfield's proven formula for selling a business has four steps:

1. Assess

The primary purpose of step one is to decide if you would like to sell your business now and if so, what steps are required before you put your business on the market. This includes a written report, as well as an in-depth consultation and review of your business. We also include a valuation of your business and a customized game plan for you to sell your company.

2. Prepare

Successful selling a business begins with preparation. This step involves preparing key documents and materials used to package and confidentially market your business. These may include your company’s financial overview, a business summary and a valuation of the business.

3. Market

M&W’s strength is getting your business in front of as many qualified potential buyers as possible. We do this by identifying targeted buyers and packaging your business for optimal results. We market your business using the most effective techniques available today.

4. Close

In this final step, we help negotiate the terms of the transaction, assist in drafting an offer to purchase, managing the transaction timeline and due diligence and preparing the closing documents. We orchestrate the entire due diligence and closing process through the day of closing. Nothing is left to chance.

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Complete the form below to schedule a call with one of our advisors about selling or valuing your business. Once you complete the questionnaire below, you will be taken to a link to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.

NOTE: Morgan & Westfield only works with companies with annual revenue greater than $200,000. Please do not schedule a consultation if the gross revenue of your business is less than $200,000 per year.