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Why You Should Trust Us to Sell Your Business

Our databases contains more than 250,000 potential buyers. We invest in local SEM so buyers in your region can quickly find your business via our powerful search engine.
Via ONE.LINK, our broker teams can seamlessly coordinate each sales process, analyse the trends influencing business and conduct detailed research to determine buyer motivations.
You may not know the worth of your business, but our award-winning VALU.LINK tool does, by drawing on global sales data and precise algorithms to provide an accurate appraisal.
Our brokers can bring their knowledge, experience and connections to particular sectors. They understand the challenges of your industry and successfully match buyers with sellers.
Our marketing tools and research have been fine-tuned through decades of effectively marketing businesses for sale: via targeted emails, networking, social media, web and advertising.
Our proven approach to successfully selling any business is based on experience and skilled negotiation. We also measure and inform you of all activity throughout the sales process.
All LINK brokers receive rigorous, industry-leading training. So you get sound, smart advice, supported by real world experience and the highest professional standards.
We're uncompromising in protecting your confidential information, and highly skilled at providing the facts a buyer needs, without disclosing identifying details or alerting competitors.

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How Long Will It Take to Sell My Business

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