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Tips for buying out the business you work for

Thinking about buying the business you currently work for?

Depending on the type of business, it can be a long and arduous process. Planning and preparation are key drivers when it comes to being a successful buyer. Uncover how to face the buying process head-on in our article: Tips for buying out the business you work for.

Learn why it’s important to:

  • Have a strong management team, well-built vision and a solid business plan
  • Get ahead of your lender’s due diligence process
  • Prepare for change
  • Embrace opportunity

This article originally appeared in The Globe and Mail in February, 2021. Read the full article, produced by The Globe and Mail with First West Capital, here.

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