It was the year 1961. May 25th President John F. Kennedy addressed Congress by sharing his goal of “landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth”. Can you imagine the looks on their faces? Maybe some were shocked while others were inspired. I would love… Read More »How Did Apollo Make it to the Moon?
Sellers are just like everyone else in that they can make mistakes. In this article, we’ll explore some of the most common mistakes that we see along with some of the repercussions. 1. Not Seeing the Buyer’s Point of View The first major mistake that sellers make is that they… Read More »Four Common Seller Mistakes
Selling a business isn’t always 100% about the price. It is not like selling a house where typically the most important factor is who places the highest offer. In the end, if the seller is to achieve the most optimal results, there are other variables that should be considered. The… Read More »Unraveling the Seller’s Predicament
It is safe to state that Howard Brownstein, President of The Brownstein Corporation, is a true expert in providing turnaround management and advisory services to companies, as well as their stakeholders. Brownstein serves as an independent corporate board member for both publicly held as well as privately-owned companies and nonprofits. … Read More »Buying a Distressed Business
Keeping a product or service around that isn’t pulling its weight might prove to not be a very good idea. You may have invested a good deal of time and resources into its development, but if that product or service is no longer contributing to your bottom line, it might… Read More »How Should Your Company Deal with an Orphaned Product?