Delta Business Services Announces Plan to Increase the Number of Business Owners Who Successfully Sell Their Business by 20%

Delta Business Services recently announced their plan to increase the surprisingly low ratio of businesses on the market that are actually sold with the aim of increasing this number by 20% in the next 5-10 years.

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If Delta can increase the number of successful business transfers in this country by just 20%, they believe the backbone of the US economy will feel the impact.

San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) February 10, 2014

Delta Business Services believes more business owners in America who want to sell should be able to do so. Eighty-seven percent (87%) of all small businesses listed for sale simply never sell, and most of those that do fail soon after. This has led to a shockingly high number of business owners who are unable to sell or who fear they will lose their retirement if they do. Through interacting with clients and industry experts, and personal experience buying businesses, the team at Delta discovered that many business owners simply do not have the options available to negotiate and structure a proper exit strategy.

"There is tremendous latent pain in the market right now,” said Delta founder, chairman, and chief executive officer, Heath Frantzen. “Retiring business owners face numerous complexities in the exit process, and honestly, I think they just don’t know where to even start. So they don’t.”

If Delta's recently announced plan is successful, and they increase the number of successful business transfers in this country by just 20%, they believe the backbone of the US economy will feel the impact. The team of consultants and business leaders they have assembled is convinced that the model they have created for structuring a business both for a successful sale and a successful retirement after the sale will entice many business owners, hesitant due to the risk and lagging economy, to consider putting their businesses on the market. This will in turn make available many sleeping companies to a new generation of capital and innovation, potentially helping to boost a sluggish economy.

“Our goal at Delta Business Services,” Frantzen went on to comment, “is to help 2500 small businesses owners successfully transition out of their businesses and into retirement in the next 10 years in the United States. We believe this will increase business sales in this country by 20%, and we’re very excited about this opportunity to be part of the solution."

Delta Business Services is a small business acquisitions firm that has positioned itself as a preferred businesses buyer. Delta provides a comprehensive exit strategy to their retiring clients by examining the seller’s needs and designing a deal structure that addresses the critical areas of a sound business exit: competent management, retirement planning, estate planning, tax planning, and asset protection planning. Contact Delta at 210.369.4161 or info(at)deltabusinessservices(dot)com.

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