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Have you bought or sold a small business?

Have you bought or sold a small business?

Dear : Have you bought or sold a small business? Are you a business broker? If so, we’d like to hear your story for an interactive DVD we at Unitec New Zealand are producing called “How to Buy a Business”.

The DVD will have video and audio interviews, educational lessons, evaluation tools and business management tools such as valuation, budgeting and feasibility analysis.

We expect a shrink-wrapped version of it to be sold at bookstores and over the Internet. It’s part of a series we’re producing on topics vital to the start-up entrepreneur.

We’d like to consider doing an interview with you. You can tell your story (successful or unsuccessful) about the experience of buying or selling a small business. If you’d like to participate or if you know someone who should, call us or tell us when we can call you.


Dr. Howard H. Frederick, Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Director, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor New Zealand Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship UNITEC New Zealand / Te Wananga o Wairaki School of Management & Entrepreneurship, Private Bag 92025, Auckland, New Zealand

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