Every business is a kingdom that its founder has built from scratch. After years of thriving and flourishing, every entrepreneur would want to hand over this establishment to someone who share the same aspiration so that it would last for a long time into next generation to come. As the population is getting older, however, it has become difficult for entrepreneurs to find the right successors within their extensive families or circles of friends. Therefore, in the search of a fitting successor, more and more people choose to rely on open platform, where it can easily gather young people who are proactive and enthusiastic about managing a business. A practical way that is becoming a trend!
Strength only charges a service fee of 3% of the amount shown in the contract (yet a minimum of NT$ 80,000 for each transaction is required). There is no charge from Strength if there is no transaction.
Selected informaiton can be reached by any internet users.
Business owners' identity can be kept confidential.
Advice in valuaiton is provided according to international standards and marekt practices.
Consulation, valuaiton, post-launching, communication, negotiation, contract drafting… all services needed can be found at one site.
There is no up-front charge. A service fee of 3% of the sale is charged when a transaction is done.
Can't reach large enough network of relationship.
It is not easy to keep the news confidential, but may influence daily operation instead.
Asking price determined by owner may be subjective.
Normally SME business owner lacks M&A experiences. They are not familiar with the protection measures in terms of price and their rights.
The only benefit is that owner doesn't need to pay a service fee.
Potential buyers are limited to their network and existing customers.
Business owners' identity can be kept confidential
Professional appraiser can provide comprehensive advice on business valuation.
Firms of different expertises should be inquired individually. 。
Upfront fee is required, and it may cost millions to complete a deal.