American Fortune Mergers & Acquisitions Now Provides Sellability Score to Help Sell a Business

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American Fortune Mergers & Acquisitions, LLC announces its partnership with author John Warrillow to help sell a business using his Sellability Score system.

This exciting partnership provides value and guidance to business owners and business brokers alike.

American Fortune Mergers & Acquisitions, LLC announced today that is has partnered with John Warrilow, author of Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You, to provide his Sellability Score system free of charge to business owners in an effort to help them plan to sell their business.

The Sellability Score, developed by John Warrillow, is a web-based system that uses an advanced algorithm to provide business owners a ranking of how easy or hard it would be to sell a particular business today or in the near future. In addition to the businesses’ score, users will also receive feedback that includes concrete steps they can take to improve their readiness for sale.

“This exciting partnership provides value and guidance to business owners and business brokers alike,” said American Fortune Mergers & Acquisitions CEO, Brian Mazar. “The software also reinforces a key belief here at American Fortune, which is one must plan in advance to successfully sell a business.”

The Sellability Score is free to business owners and simple to complete. It can be accessed by going to American Fortune’s home page, at, and clicking on the Sellability Score icon on the right side of the page.

American Fortune Mergers & Acquisitions, LLC is a nation-wide firm that provides services in the areas of growth-to-exit planning, mergers and acquisitions and business valuations for businesses with revenues between $3 million and $100 million. American Fortune was founded by industry veteran Brian S. Mazar who developed a unique buying process that is sell-side driven. Due to this process, American Fortune successfully sells their businesses at an average of 98% their listed price.

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