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BizBenNetwork.Com Rolls Out ProSell Program For Businesses

BizBenNetwork announces Pro Sell

BizBenNetwork has announced the launch of its ProSell Program for business owners, which helps small-to-medium business owners sell their companies through consultation, the creation of a professional team of resources and optimizing business-for-sale postings.

The company explained that the program was created due to a large number of small business owners in need of an adviser that can guide them through the sale process for a flat fee. ProSell Program Facilitators have experience in the process of buying and selling businesses, including knowledge of the various steps taken to sell a business quickly.

Clients work with their facilitator entirely on BizBenNetwork.com, a national business buying/selling online platform that allows business brokers, owners/sellers, business buyers, and resources to post and interact through postings, social content and its proprietary TruMatch technology.

“Our online facilitators work closely with ProSell clients (business owners), making sure they start the process well in order to finish it quickly,” said BizBenNetwork CEO Peter Siegel, MBA, in a press release. “Clients become pre-qualified for SBA loans if needed, are connected with professional resources needed for business selling small to mid-sized businesses, and given optimized business-for-sale postings from the beginning of the process.”

Facilitators have access to a large directory of professional resources, such as valuation experts and SBA lenders, to create a  supportive team. And when it comes to marketing, In addition, they can help small business owners create optimized business for sale postings and assist in finding, and or filtering out buyers.

The company claims its ProSell Program can help owners sell their business in as quickly as 3 months.



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