I listen to people and hear what they want, whether it’s an idea or a fully-developed goal. I’ll work until this goal is realized.
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
Sunbelt Business Brokers welcomes new business broker Charlotte Morgan, a former business-to-business publisher and advertising agency owner whose background in digital and print media will open new opportunities for regional promotion, advertising, and media companies. “The regional media and publishing industry has been poorly served by business brokers,” says Mark Richie, owner of Sunbelt-Raleigh. “Charlotte’s experience in this industry, along with her drive and energy, will open many avenues for sellers and buyers alike.”
Along with magazines and newspapers, the media industry includes broadcast and digital media as well. “The number and range of media companies in North Carolina alone is large,” says Richie. “To have a broker who has been on the inside of this market, someone who understands the operations and technology, is a major plus for Sunbelt.”
Charlotte’s experience includes owning her own media-buying marketing agency, as well as working in sales management for large corporations such as The Los Angeles Times and Nielsen Corporation. She has also been a top producer in a real estate company. “I listen to people and hear what they want, whether it’s an idea or a fully-developed goal,” says Morgan. “I’ll work until this goal is realized.”
Sunbelt is the world’s largest business brokerage firm, with approximately 250 licensed offices located throughout the world. Annually, more than 1,400 Sunbelt brokers coordinate an estimated 3,000 Main Street and Middle Market business transactions. That is why the company says, “Sunbelt is the place to go to buy or sell a business.”
The Raleigh office of Sunbelt has been serving buyers and sellers for 25 years. There is an experienced staff of brokers including specialists in the Food & Beverage Business.