Getting down to business: NAI Harcourts
For many, 2020 has proven to be a gamechanger, with lockdown providing the opportunity for a lifestyle reassessment.
“We’re finding a lot of people are looking for employment alternatives,” NAI Harcourts Grenadier Business Sales Manager Athol McCully says.
“They may have gone through lockdown and reassessed, they’ve lost their job and they’re looking to get into a business of their own and there are vendors who have decided it might be time for them to move on, particularly if they’re nearing retirement.”
With the largest team of NAI Harcourts business brokers in New Zealand, Harcourts Grenadier can guide you through the buying and selling process, ensuring everything is simple and straightforward.
“We have a huge amount of experience within our team and sell a wide range of businesses,” Athol says.
“We’ve also got a lot of qualified purchasers looking for businesses right now.”
Athol has the hands-on experience of 25-years of business ownership and operation and more than 15-years as a business broker.
“We have such a strong team of 10 here, with a huge amount of experience – three of our business brokers each have over 15 years’ experience in business sales. We cover business sales from cafés to motels to agricultural businesses and everything in between.
“If you’re considering buying or selling a business, get in touch with myself or our team and we can take you through the process. It’s a well-worn path, but it’s a process we go through to get a successful outcome for buyer and seller.”