Buy a Business in Vermont

If you are thinking about buying a business you may be considering:

  • Is the business the right “fit” for me?
  • Why is the business for sale?
  • What is the value of the business?
  • What information should the seller provide?
  • How do I access the capital needed?
  • Will I need a business plan?

 We can help answer your questions. Work with an experienced and trusted VtSBDC advisor. One-on-one confidential, no fee advising.


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