Career

The Following Brokerage Companies Are Looking To Add New Brokers To Their Team:

Partner with New York Business Brokerage, Inc.

Discover a Lucrative Career as a M&A Advisor:

Don’t miss out on the $3 Trillion Dollar Opportunity now unfolding in the Baby Boomer Mergers and Acquisitions Market!!

Baby Boomers are the most influential and affluent demographic group in the history of the USA and now they are getting set to retire. As baby boomers start selling off their businesses we will witness one of the largest transfers of wealth to ever occur in our country. For individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit, and proven sales skills this event will create a unique opportunity to begin a great career as a Mergers and Acquisitions Advisor.

To put the middle market baby boomer business transfer opportunity into perspective, consider this. There are approximately 5,697,759 businesses in the United States with one or more employees with sales totaling in excess of $22 trillion.

While Census data indicates that many of these are small mom-and-pop businesses (79% of them in fact with under $1 million in sales), almost 21%, or 1.2 million, are middle market firms with sales of $1 million to $1 billion annually.

In fact, based on the assumption that most of these businesses will be disposed of by their owners at around age 65, there will be over 800,000 middle market businesses with an estimated total value of $3.3 trillion disposed of between 2011 and 2029.

Contact us now to learn how you can increase your earnings (150K+) and develop a solid, long term career path with our proven business model, which includes professional training, administrative support and comprehensive marketing programs.

For information about partnership opportunities visit our website at http://nybbinc.com/join-us/ or call Tony Calvacca or Anthony Citrolo at 631.390.9650

 

Rewarding M&A Careers at Business Brokers New York LLC

Join our Growing Team of Business Intermediary Professionals and become part of a successful professional firm working as a Mergers and Acquisitions Advisor…it is intellectually stimulating and can be a rewarding career.

If you enjoy working with successful business owners, have the self discipline, plus the confidence to work at your own pace, are detail-oriented, self-motivated, with a strong desire to succeed and want financial independence, we can help you achieve your goal.

A background in business management, business ownership or sales management is very helpful. We provide excellent in-depth training and one-on-one mentoring for qualified professionals.

Please visit our website at http://www.bizbrokersny.com/careers.html or call Alan Brind at 585•624•7998 Ext 111 for further information. See our BBNY blog article concerning the wave of baby boomer business market opportunities.   http://www.bizbrokerblog.com/?p=152.

 

Why Business Brokerage?

Many people can go thorough their entire working life and not know what a business broker is or even what they do. Most jobs are just that – “jobs.” They generally require one to work and report to someone, maintain regular hours, ask for the occasional day off, the pay is just that – the same amount every payday, work hard for the hoped-for promotion, receive a week or two of vacation time and schedule it way ahead of time – the list is endless. And, then to top it off, no job is a sure thing, not in today’s workplace.

Business brokerage offers you the opportunity to be independent. No office politics, no gossip around the water cooler. If you want to take a day or week off, you can do it when you want. If you want to see your child’s soccer game, dance recital or school play – you can. You make your own hours.

And, no worries about being transferred or being a part of the next down-sizing. Earnings are open-ended. There are very few opportunities that can provide independence, top income potential and a great quality of life. There is also one other major factor – it is an exciting business and it is a lot of fun.

If it so good, what are the requirements? Business brokerage requires a lot of hard work, especially in the beginning. One must like people and want to help them. Since, in most cases, the income is commission based so one must the resources to support oneself and family, if there is one, for a minimum of six months. Unless you are planning to be a sole practitioner and opening your own business, your expenses other than your own personal requirements, are generally limited to your own gas, mailings and personal stationary items.

Being a business broker offers an unlimited income potential coupled with an independent life style in a profession that provides a valuable service – and also happens to be a lot of fun.

What is a Business Broker?

“A person who acts as an agent or intermediary in a sale or other business transaction between two parties.”
                        Dictionary of Business Terms by Wilbur Cross, Prentice Hall

However, a business broker is much more than the brief definition above. He or she is the catalyst that makes the sale of a business happen. A business broker helps people, when it’s time, sell their business. Their business usually represents their biggest asset; one that they have worked hard to build.

The business broker works hard to find those sellers who have decided that the time is right for them to sell their business and move on to the next phase of their life. The reasons may be varied: retirement, personal problems, a desire to make a change – or just plain “burn-out.” The more serious the reason, the more they need our services. Business brokers help the seller prepare the business for sale and price it properly. Then the business broker prepares a marketing plan or strategy.

With the use of the Internet, target advertising and knowledge of who might be the best buyer, the search for the appropriate buyer is begun. The business broker usually handles all of the marketing, working with buyers and handling all of the negotiations and details in cooperation with the sellers’ and buyers’ professional advisors.

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