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Dynamic New Website Boon for Business Buyers

Wed, 2 Nov 2005

Dynamic New Website Boon for Business Buyers

Fast, safe, smart and easy to use. A new website www.bizalert.co.nz will be a real boon to those considering buying a business. The recently launched website was developed by Richard O’Brien of nzbizbuysell.co in response to customer demand for easy-to-access electronic information on just the latest businesses available for sale throughout New Zealand.

For over four years nzbizbuysell.co has been helping business buyers and sellers. Bizalert will help you get the latest so you can be amongst the first to choose. Nzbizbuysell.co is well regarded as a leading web-based tool for buying and selling New Zealand businesses.

"Going online has meant that geographical location is no barrier to keeping in touch and accessing specific information on investment and business opportunities. The internet provides the ideal vehicle for people wanting to buy or sell a business within New Zealand, giving local, national and international access and exposure 24-hours a day, seven days a week", says Richard.

"The website is much easier to use and access than the more traditional hardcopy mediums, and because it is being constantly updated, users can be sure they are accessing the very latest in business-for-sale information. "It is well known that the best businesses sell the fastest and what better way to keep your finger on the pulse than to have the latest ‘businesses for sale’ listings sent directly to your email address every fortnight," he says.

Simply visit the website www.bizalert.co.nz and view the latest bulletin content online or register your interest and stay ahead of the competition. Listings are provided via nzbizbuysell.co by top brokers, accountants and private sellers and for sheer convenience and speed, bizalert is second to none.

The site respects user privacy and delivers new business opportunities in an easy-to-read format direct to your desk, at home or to your work place at no cost to you. This New Zealand owned and operated initiative assists in connecting business buyers and sellers in the New Zealand marketplace. The company produces fortnightly "Buyer Bulletins" and an e-publication called "BizAssist" that keeps you up-to-date and informed on all aspects of getting into business, together with quotes to inspire and practical handy hints for ‘getting it right’.

"Operating online is smart and dynamic - it has meant that geographical location is no barrier to keeping in touch and accessing interest-specific information on investments and business opportunities is easily done. Often sellers have their businesses live online within a few hours of placing their ad. The internet provides the ideal vehicle for people wanting to buy or sell a business within New Zealand, providing local, national and international access and exposure 24-hours a day, seven days a week," says Richard O’Brien.

"We are in the information age. People are using the internet for sourcing information and opportunities and this is now the first place buyers will often look, BizAlert.co.nz is about getting the latest ahead of the rest," he says.

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