South Shore Catering Business

Plymouth County, MA - A household name in this picturesque seaside community, this business has been operating servicing the Boston area, south shore and south coast for nearly three decades !A preferred vendor for many local venues this business has built an impressive client database. Retail storefront exposure, they also offer "walk in" food purchases and provide take out options.  Four vehicles included with sale, excellent staff and training & orientation from ownership.  Annual revenue is north of $1M! Rent $4,050 per month.  Booking for 2019! Seller financing negotiable. Asking $100,000 email Adam Bauer at info@tbxllc.com for details   … [Read more...]

Upper Cape Full Retail Package Store

Upper Cape Cod, MA - Rare package store license available in this popular Cape Cod town. Operate in existing location or relocate to larger location with more square footage. Asking $250,000 email abauer@tbxllc.com … [Read more...]

Examining the Mind of the Serious Buyer – 5 Points to Consider

Are you looking for a way to perfect your presentation? Understanding what the typical serious buyer wants will help you get your business ready for selling. Let's turn our attention to looking at what these types of individuals and entities really want. After all, your time is precious. 1. An Interest in the Industry First, prospective buyers will want to have a better understanding of your industry. Any serious buyer will want to understand the industry as a whole, as well as your existing customers, prospective customers and the strengths and weaknesses of your business. Key factors, such as threats from competition, will also be a major factor for prospective buyers. 2. Seeking Knowledge about Discretionary Costs Secondly, expect buyers to take a long look at discretionary costs. Sellers will often look to reduce their expenses in a range of discretionary areas including advertising, research and development and public relations; this is done to help make a business appear … [Read more...]

Is Now the Right Time to Sell Your Company?

Like many things in life, timing can be everything when it comes to selling your company. Every day more and more baby-boomers are now reaching retirement age. Soon, the market will likely be flooded with companies looking to sell. According to a 2016 survey of business brokers, 54% plan to exit in the next ten years. We may be on the verge of a massive wave of businesses hitting the market. Getting out in front of that wave could be in your best interests. Now very well may be the time to sell. Are You Suffering from Burnout? If you've been running your business for many years, it is quite possible that you are suffering from burnout. This issue is remarkably common with business owners and it is also very dangerous. Owners suffering from burnout don't invest as much of themselves and their creative energy into their businesses, and that has a range of implications. Everything from losing customers to failing to keep up with the competition are all possibilities when an owner … [Read more...]

SOLD! Cape Cod Seasonal Bar & Restaurant

Barnstable County , MA - ***SOLD*** The Business Exchange exclusively arranged the sale. Details on new ownership coming soon.... Seasonal restaurant located on Cape Cod's busiest main street. … [Read more...]

If You’re Selling, Get Ready to Expect the Unexpected!

Many experts agree that the best time to prepare to sell your business is when you start your business. That may sound extreme. However, few business owners reach that level of preparedness. A simple fact of life and owning a business is that most sales are event-driven. Factors such as problems with a partnership, health issues, burnout or even divorce can drive a business owner to sell. Once you've made the decision to sell, it is essential that you realize one key fact. Unexpected events and factors will always rise to the surface. In this article, we'll explore four key questions that you'll need to address before selling your business. 1. What is the Value of Your Time? Meeting with prospective buyers can be a serious time sponge. One of the key benefits of working with a business broker is that a broker can take some of the pressure off of you. They can interact with buyers on your behalf. A large percentage of business owners are also deeply involved in the day-to-day … [Read more...]

Boutique Wine Shoppe & Craft Beer

Plymouth County - Located in a picturesque seaside town in Massachusetts.  This boutique wine store is primarily best suited for an owner operator and wine enthusiast. Clientele has significant disposable income so customer service takes priority to pricing. Over 90% of revenue is generated from wine sales! Business has showed average growth of over 11% the last three years! Asking $135,000 email Adam Bauer at abauer@tbxllc.com for more information … [Read more...]

How Your Employees Can Boost Profits and Values

The simple fact is that without employees, you don't have a business. Given the tremendous importance of your employees, it is important to step back and reflect on the value associated with keeping those employees happy. There is a direct relationship between happy employees and happy customers. A happy employee takes steps to ensure that your customers are satisfied. This approach in turn leads to a higher level of customer retention and helps in attracting new customers. On the flip side, unhappy employees can be quite dangerous to your company's bottom line. The hiring process is a key process for the health of your business and should never be overlooked or treated as a secondary process within your business. Cultivating happy employees begins at this point. Hiring can and will either make or break your business. Offering great pay and benefits is only one important factor in keeping employees happy. A more overlooked important factor is to appreciate the contributions that … [Read more...]

56 Acre Function Facility & Golf Course / Redevelopment opportunity North Dartmouth MA

N. Dartmouth, MA - Hawthorne Country Club has been a premier function venue & 9 hole golf course in Bristol county on the South Coast of Massachusetts for decades. Offering over 56 acres of land the site is also an excellent redevelopment opportunity. Assisted living, recreational, multifamily or educational uses are some of the approved potential future uses under the present zoning code. The property features a nearly 30,000 SF, 700 person capacity function venue with multiple rooms, exterior decks, kitchens, 1st floor clubhouse with outdoor seating, locker room's, pro shop & lounge all over looking the scenic Paskamansett Valley. Hawthorne has been closed for business since December 2015. Ownership seeks to divest the real property and any associated business assets. http://hawthornecountryclub.com/ … [Read more...]

SOLD! Profitable Pub & Tavern Main Street

Hyannis, MA - SOLD!  Adam Bauer from The Business Exchange exclusively arranged the sale of dba "Kelly's on Main" located at 644 Main Street Hyannis to Murphy's on Main LLC. dba "Murphy's on Main".       … [Read more...]