Monday November 30, 2020

Positioning your food business for sale

Investing in your brand to establishing why you're selling there are a few things one can do

1st May, 2016
The key is knowing when to sell Pic: iStock

‘For Sale: low margin, capital intensive business subject to commodity risk, high staff turnover, increasing government regulation, and ever-changing consumer sentiment. Offers welcome.’

Selling a business is difficult, particularly in the food sector, which is a challenging industry during the best of times. So how does a food entrepreneur position his or her business for sale? Fortunately, there are a few things one can do.

Given that food is neither a high technology...

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