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5 Steps For Maximizing An Acquisition Offer For Your Company

Many owners can think of a couple of companies that would be good buyers, but often we find that entrepreneurs start with too short a list. With only a few potential acquirers for your business, the chances of receiving multiple offers is drastically reduced, and it is only when you have more than one bidder that you are likely to get your best price.
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