16 Nov This Weeks Events for Business Brokers
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we recommend checking with the event organizer to confirm that their event is still taking place as scheduled.
Texas Association of Business Brokers
Austin Chapter Meeting
November 10, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Cover 3 – 2700 West Anderson Lane, Ste 202, Austin, TX 78757 (512) 374-1121
Meets every 3rd Tuesday of month.
Members and guests pay for their own lunch.
For more information contact:
Scott Cronk, President at firstname.lastname@example.org
International Business Brokers Association
Hybrid Course 251: Broker Financial Analytics for Smoother Quicker Closings
November 17, 12:00 PM
Ever wonder why some businesses sell for more than others, even though they look the same? Or why some brokers and intermediaries make more money than you, and even earn money in a down economy? Learn how successful IBBA and M&A Source brokers and intermediaries use “Pre-Diligence” by analyzing their client’s financial metrics to help them uncover the good and bad, and can aid in the increase of the selling price, or ward off unsalable businesses. Discuss tips on working with financial statements and tax returns.
This is a great opportunity to take advantage of this blended learning format to earn 8 credits. The online portion of 251 will be covering the analytics and excel concepts needed for the live, virtual setting that will be offered on November 17. You will gain access to the online portion on October 26 and should be completed before the live session.
New York Association of Business Brokers
NYABB Virtual Meeting
November 18, 8:00 AM
This session will cover the A to Z’s of Seller Financing, Earn Outs, Contingent Notes and other tools essential for deal making in today’s market environment. Gain valuable insight from industry pros on effectively structuring deals.
California Association of Business Brokers
CABB 501 – Advanced Business Brokerage Forum
November 18, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
This 1-day, 6-hour course is a unique opportunity to participate in an open forum discussion with Veteran Business Brokers who do business in California. It reinforces the idea that CBB’s are the true professionals in our field and that we can always learn from each other. Since all attendees are experienced CBB’s we encourage all of you to come to the class prepared to participate so we can all benefit from the group’s experience. Veteran Business Brokers who have taken this class have commented on how valuable it was to interact with other professionals in our industry and to get updated on current, relevant issues in our profession.