Mergers & Acquisitions

Pueblo, Colorado Business Brokers | M&A

34th Lane, Pueblo, Colorado, 81006

Call Us: (888) 693-7834

Who We Are

Morgan & Westfield, Business Brokers of Pueblo Colorado. Our business brokers at the Pueblo, Colorado, office of Morgan & Westfield aid local business owners in selling their businesses. At Morgan & Westfield we have more than 100 years of experience in facilitating business sales throughout Central Colorado. Our business brokers have facilitated business sales in the cities of Avondale, Devine, Boone, Fowler, Colorado City, Beulah Valley, Greenwood, Wetmore, Rockvale, Florence, Penrose, Pueblo West, Fountain, Colorado Springs, Westcliffe, Howard, Gardner, Farista, Walsenburg, Ludlow, La Junta and Arlington. Our team of business brokers has aided business sales throughout this region of Central Colorado, with some businesses being sold for tens of millions of dollars. At the Pueblo, Colorado, office of Morgan & Westfield, we leverage our unique blend of local knowledge and experience to facilitate the successful sale of our clients’ businesses.

Our Business Brokers Help You Sell Your Business

When you enlist the assistance of the business brokers of Morgan & Westfield’s Pueblo, Colorado, office, we will do everything that we can to facilitate the sale of your business in a way that ensures that your business will be sold successfully. Our experienced business brokers will handle the technical aspects of selling your business. For example: performing a business appraisal, marketing your business, pre-screening potential buyers, securing funding for the sale, coordinating with other industry professionals, and completing the paperwork to finalize your business’s sale. But, more important than just the technical side of selling your business, we will make the process easier for you. Our business brokers will be there at all times to support and advise you on the next steps in the process. You will be able to get reliable answers to all of your questions from our team of experienced business brokers. We will even offer advice and teach you the keys to successfully selling your business.

Contact Morgan & Westfield’s Business Brokers, Pueblo, Colorado

If you are selling a business in Pueblo, Colorado, or a nearby city in Central Colorado, then contact the Pueblo, Colorado, office of Morgan & Westfield today. Our business brokers will provide you with a free initial consultation to discuss the sale of your business. We will explain the various ways that our business brokers can make the process of selling your business easier for you and how you can benefit from selling your business through Morgan & Westfield. If you want to work with an experienced team of local business brokers when you sell your business, then contact the Pueblo, Colorado, office of Morgan & Westfield.

Keys to Successfully Selling Your Business

  • Provide potential buyers with detailed information: At Morgan & Westfield, we always recommend that you have your business’s information prepared before you begin the process of selling your business. This information is crucial to the process of selling your business and it must be accurate. Detailed financial information, historical records, statistics, and product information will be used by our business brokers as we appraise your business and help you to determine the financial value of your business. Some of this information will also need to be communicated to potential buyers to assure them that your business is a sound investment.
  • Protect your privacy: As you are selling your business, it is important that steps are taken to maintain your privacy. At Morgan & Westfield, we consider maintaining your privacy to be of the utmost importance. All of the information that we receive about you and your business is held in the strictest confidence, as is outlined by the International Business Brokers Association’s code of ethics. We take great care to maintain your privacy as we advertise the sale of your business and communicate with potential buyers on your behalf. As part of this practice, we only include general information when advertising your business, and we require anyone who receives specific information to sign a confidentiality agreement. Our business brokers also recommend that you do not tell anyone that you are selling your business until after the sale has been finalized. This will protect you and your business from any information leaks and prevent competitors from taking advantage of the sale of your business.
  • Understand pricing: One of the most important aspects of selling your business is determining your asking price. After our business brokers have completed your business appraisal and presented you with a formal business valuation report, we will help you to determine an asking price. Setting your asking price is very complex. Our business brokers must take into account your business’s cash flow, the fair market value of your business’s tangible and intangible assets, your location, competition, and your business’s established customer base. In addition to determining what your business is worth, we must also consider the amount that potential buyers will be willing to pay. This is crucial because potential buyers will only consider buying your business if they believe that it will be profitable for them. Setting a price that is too high will prevent buyers from making a profit, and setting a price that is too low will cause you to lose potential profits. Given the complexity of determining the value of your business, it is advisable to seek the guidance of our experienced business brokers in determining the asking price for your business.
  • Be prepared to negotiate: When you begin discussing your business with potential buyers, be ready to negotiate. Understand that an initial offer is just the starting point. Our business brokers encourage our clients to remember that this is a business negotiation. When a buyer makes an offer, they are expecting you to make a counteroffer. Neither side should ever expect that the other will accept either the initial offer or the initial counteroffer. In nearly all business sales, a back-and-forth negotiation will be required to reach a mutually beneficial deal. At Morgan & Westfield, we believe that the best deal for both sides is the deal that is properly negotiated.
  • Do not take negotiations personally: Along with being prepared to negotiate, our business brokers also make it a point to remind you not to take the negotiation process personally. Never be offended by a low offer. You should always consider any offer to be an invitation to negotiate further until you reach a mutually beneficial deal. You should also remember that this is a business decision for both the buyer and the seller. So the buyer is going to try to negotiate in a way that maximizes their profit. This should be expected, and you should remember that as long as the buyer is making an offer, they are interested in negotiating a deal to purchase your business. We understand that negotiations can be emotional and stressful, but that is why our business brokers are there to facilitate negotiations for you. At Morgan & Westfield, our business brokers will advise you on negotiation techniques and support you throughout the negotiation process. We will be there to remind you that any offer represents an opportunity to negotiate further and to never be insulted by a low offer.
  • Get help from local business brokers: When you are selling your business, you should always seek the guidance of a professional business broker. But even more, you should seek the guidance of a local business broker who understands the local marketplace. Working with a business broker who understands the advantages and the challenges of selling a business in your market is crucial. In fact, one of the most important things that a buyer considers when they are purchasing a business is the business’s location. Having the guidance of a local business broker will aid you in highlighting all of the advantages that your location has to offer, thereby making your business more appealing to potential buyers. Local business brokers like the business brokers at the Pueblo, Colorado, office of Morgan & Westfield will also use their local connections to ensure that the process of selling your business continually moves forward. These connections are connections that non-local business brokers may not have. Non-local brokers may be unable to take these steps to ensure that your business is sold successfully and without any complications.

Past Transactions - Business Sales or Appraisal

Following is a representative list of past transactions we have worked on:

Ambulance Service
Private Households
Vending Machine Route
Automotive Parts Dealer
Private School
Jimmy John’ Gourmet
B2b Wholesale
Produce Market
Janitorial Distributor
Baby Products Retailer
Quick Lube
Liquor Store
Creative Artists
Quick Print Business
Little Caesar’ Pizza
Café
Rope, Cordage Manufacturing
Motion Picture Exhibition
Day Care
Route Distribution Business
Motion Picture Production
Domestic Representation
Rubber Manufacturer
Non-Metallic Mineral Mining
Embroidery Shop
Spa
Non-Metallic Manufacturing
Estate Planning Services
Stainless Steel Food
Onshore Aquaculture
Fabric Store
State Government
Ophthalmic Practice
Furniture Retailing
Tee Shirt Shop
Hobby Shop
Grocery Product Distributor
Trade College
Internet Publishing
Glazier
Trailer and Motor Retail
Ice Cream
Huntington Learning Center
Tyre Manufacturing
UP Store

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Written by Jacob Orosz, Founder of Morgan & Westfield

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