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Transitional periods and exiting a business

Some North Carolina business owners may be ready to sell their company and start the next stage of the lives. If they choose to be a part of a transitional period in which they reduce their role while the new owners become acclimated to the business, it is important that they give careful consideration to what it entails.

Tips for purchasing a business

The same careful consideration people generally take when purchasing residential homes should also be applied when they are in the market to buy businesses. Prospective entrepreneurs in North Carolina who are interested in acquiring a company should be aware of certain pitfalls that often arise during the process.

Legal guidance with your business transactions

When it comes to any type of business transaction, Britton Law, P.A. is dedicated to serving the needs of business owners in North Carolina. Representing clients in the state for more than two decades, John H. Britton is experienced and knowledgeable regarding the ins and outs of a wide range of legal business matters. In addition to his law degree, John holds an MBA, something that not many lawyers in the Fayetteville area possess. Because of these credentials, our law firm is able to help our clients in a much broader scope.

Inspection event and cargo securement

Commercial truck drivers in North Carolina and the rest of the nation should be aware of International Roadcheck, an annual inspection event that will occur June 6-8, 2017. This year, the event, which is sponsored by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, will focus on ensuring that the cargo being transported is secured.

Tips regarding leaving a business to a millennial

Starting and growing a business requires an enormous amount of dedication and hard work, as the majority of North Carolina business owners know. Thus, the decision to leave a successful business in the hands of a family member, especially one who is a millennial, may require some forethought.

Company aims to remove drivers from commercial trucks

North Carolina motorists may be interested to learn that a San Francisco company is attempting to replace truck drivers with remote control systems. The technology would allow the drivers of the vehicle to control the vehicle from a remote office.

Understanding business opportunities

There may be a middle ground for aspiring entrepreneurs in North Carolina who have neither the desire to buy a franchise or the desire to start a company from scratch. It may be worth their time and money to look to buy business opportunities from known brands and working business plans. In most cases, the buyer and seller have no relationship after the purchase is made.

Tips to help entrepreneurs hire reliable staff

North Carolina entrepreneurs face many challenges as they seek success in the business world, and one of those challenges is finding knowledgeable and experienced people to be a part of the business. Since employees are one of the most important assets to operating a successful company, it is vital that they be capable and trustworthy people. Here are some factors business owners can consider before hiring people.

The role emotions play when negotiating

To get the best possible deal when buying a business, North Carolina buyers need to have a plan before negotiations start. During the first stage of talks, it may be a good idea to work on details such as the timing of the sale or how much time will be allocated to conducting due diligence. These are often items that are easier to come to agreements to, and it can build a rapport between buyer and seller.

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