CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP): Additional guidance is needed from the SBA on how banks are to start processing applications.
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Timothy O’Neil-Dunne has been an aviation and travel insider for years and his most recent business, Air Black Box, was acquired by 777 Partners in early 2019. Along with his fellow co-founders, Timothy was able to create a way for airlines to sell more seats by using new software to access very old technology which […]
Some time back, we took a high level view of the types of questions that buyers in a transaction should consider asking sellers. We looked at questions like “why are you selling?” to “what will you (the seller) do next?” To complement those more cerebral questions, we’re adding a list of more specific questions that […]
All transactions end with a buyer and seller signing on the dotted line and checks and wire transfers making their way to their final destinations. But there are many key parties that help get a transaction to that finish line. In this article, we’ll identify those key players and how to make them a winning […]
It wasn’t that long ago that we were discussing the effects of an election year upon the business climate, and early in 2020 it seems that the dominant story is a flu-like disease that the world seems uncertain about in general. While it’s true that in many parts of the world consumers are still spending, […]
Here at Apex we’ve sold every type of business you may have heard of, and at least a dozen you could probably have never imagined. But franchise businesses add a few additional wrinkles to the process that it’s important for any buyer to be aware of. In this article, we’ll discuss those wrinkles and how […]
For some years, Marc-Andre Seguin was the typical struggling artist, specifically, of the musical variety. But unwilling to face the fate of so many before him, he decided to create a blog about his music, and almost a decade later, that site pulls in a cool $250,000 a year in revenues. How did he get […]
We’ve run into Bo Burlingham here on Book Club before. We’ve reviewed his groundbreaking Small Giants book and he was seen as a major source for Dan Andrews’ Before the Exit as well. Burlingham characterizes this as an “end-up” book as opposed to a “start-up” book. Fascinatingly, there’s so much literature about starting up, but […]
There’s a fair amount of content available these days on burnout. Far from our future of flying cars that The Jetsons promised us, we’re tapping out email responses while “making a visit” to the one place where most of us have to go at least once a day. Alas, burnout is not just confined to […]
We’ve reviewed John Warrilow’s book Built to Sell in our book club series and many of our case studies are taken from accounts shared on his Built to Sell podcast. In many of those interviews John goes over the same ground with business owners as they share their stories of building, growing, and exiting. Over […]