Virginia Beach VA Business Buyers Brokers Launch EBITDA Valuation M&A Appraisal

Allies Business Advisors, an all-in-one consulting agency, recently announced an EBITDA-based multiple valuation & appraisal service to compliment their other "done-for-you" B2B solutions for small and medium sized companies. They provide a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) consulting service among other things for Virginia business owners.

Carson City, United States - October 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Allies Business Advisors, a business consulting agency and investment firm, announced the launch of an updated service to help Virginia entrepreneurs sell their business quickly and for the best possible price. The agency’s extensive network of investors, marketing and management consultants, and other industry experts help them create effective sales plans adapted to the needs & goals of each individual business owner.

More information can be found at

With the latest launch, Allies Advisors expands their range of mergers and acquisitions consulting services and EBITDA-based appraisals & enterprise valuations for local businesses in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Richmond, Newport News, Alexandria, Hampton, Portsmouth, Roanoke, Lynchburg and the surrounding areas.

To streamline the selling process, the company works with a team of expert business strategists, marketers and investors to quickly connect business owners with qualified potential buyers.

The team at Allies also provides several “done for you” business solutions including cutting edge marketing services, financial lending products, software and SAAS systems, as well as HR & outsourcing resources to help business owners increase the overall valuation of their company and profit multiple prior to selling.

The founder of Allies Business Advisors was also recently endorsed by one of the sharks from the hit tv show Shark Tank for business acumen and the network of professionals as well as resources that they’ve established over the past few years.

The celebrity was quoted: “When he showed me some of the things he was working on, I saw the vision immediately. Nick has built a dream team of advisors and industry specialists who are capable of either fixing, scaling, or selling virtually any established business for more money than it’s worth today.”

Clients benefit from a full-service “all in one” solution including everything from the initial business analysis to sales plan development and valuation optimization. Following those stages, the business is marketed for sale and professionally negotiated for the best possible terms.

Allies Business Advisors and their strategic partners create highly efficient marketing strategies leveraging both offline and online advertising to provide maximum visibility to as many potential buyers as possible while maintaining confidentiality as required.

For those who would like to sell their businesses as quickly as possible, the investment division of Allies may even consider purchasing it directly from the owner as long as it meets certain criteria.

To help potential sellers learn more about their latest services, the company is providing a free 30-minute discovery call with one of its senior advisors to explain the process more thoroughly.

A spokesperson for the agency was quoted as saying: “We’ve been building a network of the world’s best merger and acquisition professionals, individual investors, private equity groups, trade buyers, and industry experts. This helps us find someone who will carry on your legacy for you and make sure that your employees and customers will be taken care of, so that your business will continue to thrive and your reputation lives on long after you’ve stepped down from the helm.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Nick
Email: Send Email
Organization: AMGroup
Address: 3250 Retail Drive Suite 120, Carson City, NV 89706, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88929279

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