Mergers & Acquisitions

Wright County, Minnesota Business Brokers | M&A

Wright County, Minnesota, 55362

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Who We Are

Morgan & Westfield, Business Brokers of Wright County, Minnesota. We are a seasoned team of business brokers in Wright County, Minnesota who want to make marketing and selling your business easier for you. If you’re a business owner who wants to sell your business, you’ve come to the right place for help. Our knowledge and expertise go beyond simply facilitating the signing of documents at closing. To reach the final stage of a business transaction, systematic procedures must first take place. If important steps aren’t followed, the sale of your business may not make it to the finish line.

We at Morgan & Westfield have utilized our extensive expertise and knowledge to help business owners in hundreds of industries. We’ve provided outstanding service to help facilitate all stages of the sale process. Our team isn’t simply made up of business brokers. We have a superb team that consists of attorneys, accountants, marketers, and intermediaries to fulfill all of your service needs. Our Wright County office in The North Star State has the local connections to help expedite the sale process. Our commitment to Buffalo, which is the county seat, and surrounding areas is solid. We are here for you.

Wright County, Minnesota, Morgan & Westfield Local Commitment to You

Morgan & Westfield has facilitated business sales in hundreds of industries within the United States and Canada. Our business brokers are dedicated and driven to offer business sellers in the entire region of Wright County and surrounding cities their best assistance.

Our local presence is important to us. The support of local business owners within the Wright County community is phenomenal. You are an instrumental part of our business community and team efforts.

Our service area extends beyond the Wright County area and includes all of the following:

Wright County: Albertville, Annandale, Buffalo, Clearwater, Cokato, Dayton, Delano, Hanover, Howard Lake, Maple Lake, Monticello, Montrose, Otsego, Rockford, South Haven, St. Michael, and Waverly.

Carver County: Carver, Chanhassen, Chaska, Cologne, Hamburg, Mayer, New Germany, Norwood Young America, Victoria, Waconia, and Watertown.

Hennepin County: Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Corcoran, Crystal, Dayton, Deephaven, Eden Prairie, Edina, Excelsior, Golden Valley, Greenfield, Greenwood, Hanover, Hopkins, Independence, Long Lake, Loretto, Maple Grove, Maple Plain, Medicine Lake, Medina, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Minnetonka Beach, Minnetrista, Mound, New Hope, Orono, Osseo, Plymouth, Richfield, Robbinsdale, Rockford, Rogers, Shorewood, Spring Park, St. Anthony Village, St. Bonifacius, St. Louis Park, Tonka Bay, Wayzata, and Woodland.

McLeod County: Biscay, Brownton, Glencoe, Hutchinson, Lester Prairie, Plato, Silver Lake, Stewart, and Winsted.

Meeker County: Cedar Hills, Cosmos, Darwin, Dassel, Eden Valley, Grove City, Kingston, Litchfield, and Watkins.

Sherburne County: Becker, Big Lake, Clear Lake, Elk River, Princeton, St. Cloud, and Zimmerman.

Stearns County: Albany, Avon, Belgrade, Brooten, Clearwater, Cold Spring, Eden Valley, Elrosa, Freeport, Greenwald, Holdingford, Kimball, Lake Henry, Meire Grove, Melrose, New Munich, Paynesville, Richmond, Rockville, Roscoe, Sartell, Sauk Centre, Spring Hill, Saint Anthony, Saint Augusta, Saint Cloud, Saint Joseph, Saint Martin, Saint Rosa, Saint Stephen, and Waite Par.

Preparation Tips to Optimize the Sale of Your Business

As part of our growing commitment to you, our business sellers, we’d like to share with you four preparation tips. Taking these measures before listing your business on the market can help ensure a smoother process in selling your business.

Plan your exit now. Most business owners eventually come to the realization that they don’t intend to own their business forever. A wise entrepreneur knows that they should prepare their company for sale long before they sell their business. This is part of a smart exit strategy .

Organize financials and relevant documents. When a buyer makes an offer on your business, having immediate access to pertinent documents is paramount. By assembling the documents beforehand, you are ahead of the game. In today’s world, the due diligence process is often conducted in data rooms where a buyer inspects financials and other documents online. So scanning important documents into your computer system now is not a bad idea.

Avoid procrastination. Procrastinating is the worst thing you can do as far as due diligence is concerned. Half of all business deals fizzle during due diligence. Therefore, it makes sense to ensure the integrity of the due diligence process by preparing now. The advantage of early preparation is getting a better price for your business and having a more stress-free transaction

Assemble and examine the financial documents that buyers will typically request during the actual due diligence. Look for and fix physical aspects of your business that need improvement, such as broken equipment that needs to be repaired or replaced. Doing so will eliminate potential roadblocks and speed up the sale process.

Preparing for your business’s eventual sale involves internal auditing measures, dealing with issues as they occur, and taking steps to boost revenue to position your business in the best possible light when it comes time to sell your business. A consultation with a third-party expert on how you can implement an exit strategy is advised.

Perform due diligence before you market your business. Essentially, this entails that you take a closer look at your business as a potential buyer would.

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

Our Process

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The Complete Guide to Selling 
a Business: A Roadmap to the Successful Sale of Your Business

The Complete Guide to Selling 
a Business: A Roadmap to the Successful Sale of Your Business

Written by Jacob Orosz, Founder of Morgan & Westfield

You could spend a lifetime figuring out how to successfully sell your business and still end up confused or clueless. What if you can stop the guesswork and start taking action now? With two decades of experience, Jacob Orosz puts together in this book the best tips and strategies he has used in helping hundreds of business owners successfully sell their companies.

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