13 Feb This Weeks Events for Business Brokers
Michigan Business Brokers Association
West Chapter Monthly Meeting
February 14, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Mercantile Bank First Floor Community Room, 310 Leonard Street NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
2023 Tax UPDATE OR Another Deal Issue – Jim Mersman, Dolinka CPA’s. Meeting and Lunch provided at 12:00 PM.
February 14, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Ohio Business Brokers Association
SBA Financing Lunch & Learn
February 15, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
First Commonwealth Bank 110 Riverbend, Avenue, Powell, OH 43065
Please join First Commonwealth Bank and the Columbus District Office along with the US Small Business Administration’s luncheon and presentation on Business Acquisitions & Partner Buyouts
Senior SBA Development Officer
First Commonwealth Bank
Jerome Jones & Dave Townsend
Columbus District Office
US Small Business Administration
International Business Brokers Association
IBBA’s Strategic Vision for 2023
February 15, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Join IBBA Chair, Kyle Griffith, and Executive Director, Kylene Golubski, as they review and discuss the IBBA’s Strategic Plan for 2023. They will share the high level goals of the Association, and the specific membership enhancements planned for 2023. We welcome all those in the profession to attend and learn where the IBBA is going in the year ahead, and beyond!
Midwest Business Brokers and Intermediaries
What’s brewing in Milwaukee’s Beer District: Discussing the 3 sides of an M&A Transaction
February 15, 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Pilot Project Brewery 1128 North 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53233
California Association of Business Brokers
CABB 250 – Legal Aspects of Business Sales in California
February 16 – 17
This 2-day, 7-hour course is designed for California business brokers at all experience levels. The purpose of this course is to examine a variety of aspects of small business transactions from a legal perspective and gain a better understanding of the way attorneys view transactions. By having a better understanding of the legal aspects and attorney viewpoints, brokers will be in a position to (a) foresee potential issues before they arise, (b) have more informed conversations with attorneys which may help them save transactions from “death by lawyer”, (c) be able to better represent their clients by identifying and addressing issues that may create unwanted legal liability, (d) preserve and protect their broker fees, and (e) avoid litigation and stay out of court.
Uses and Flexibilities of the Recap
February 16, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Kyle Madden of KLH Capital will chat about the uses and flexibilities of a common recap/recapitalization. The goal of this webinar is to equip M&A Source members with more ammunition about how tailored & customized a recap can be to a number of different Shareholder situations. This webinar will discuss a majority and minority recap and how to use it to solve:
Cutting in my kids as I retire
Cutting in my key managers as I retire / don’t retire
Buying out my partner(s)
My partners buying me out
“I want to sell but John and Peter don’t”
Chips off the table
New York Association of Business Brokers
Hybrid Meeting at CoStar Group New York City Office
February 17, 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM
CoStar Group New York City Office, 55 West 46 St, 29th Floor, New York, NY 10036
Hear from NYABB President Greg Carafello on NYABB membership updates for 2023, Lanayah McCullouch from BizBuySell on effective marketing & how to build a better listing, and Ryan Jenkins of Ten-X on the full cycle of buy and sell CRE transactions& how to attract business transactions.
Lunch will be provided to our in-person attendees at no cost. Limited to 25 attendees.
American Business Brokers Association
Broker Training Seminar
February 18 – 19
Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North I85, 3450 Bobby Brown Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30344
The ABBA has been conducting live, independent, personalized, hands-on business broker training programs longer than any other organization.
Upon graduation from the ABBA two day seminar, brokers are awarded the professional designation of Accredited Business Intermediary (ABI). The $465 ABI application fee has been waived for seminar attendees. The program also includes unlimited on-going support and mentoring afterwards as individuals develop their practices.
The ABBA business broker training program is fully independent. The ABBA neither seeks nor accepts sponsorships, partnerships or affiliations from franchisors, publishers, marketing agents or any other vendors. Our training curriculum and recommendations are based on many decades of professional experience and are not influenced by sponsors.