Buying A Business Training Low Risk Investors Program Webinar Announced

Business Buying Accelerator 2.0 announced the launch of new training program for entrepreneurs, corporate employees interested and investors interested in having a successful business. The step-by-step webinar by Carl Allen will help participants obtain the business of their dreams without spending their own cash.

Padiham, United Kingdom - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Business Buying Accelerator 2.0 announced the launch of a new webinar dedicated to entrepreneurs looking to start a new business, corporate employees interested in a career change or starting their own business, as well as investors looking to buy an already successful business. The creator of this unique step-by-step training program is Carl Allen, an entrepreneur, investor, and corporate dealmaker with more than 24 years of experience.

More information can be found at https://businessbuyingaccelerator.com/referral.html?p=BuyBusinessPro&w=BBA1997Sales

The new webinar features the upgraded version of Business Buying Accelerator 2.0 and was designed to help participants learn the right strategies behind acquiring a profitable, established, successful business.

Participants will learn how to define their dream business by examining their skills, knowledge, passion and target locations, how to understand the difference between owning a business and operating it and why others can operate the business for them, as well as how to define their ideal business size by developing a wealth creation plan and working backwards from their ultimate financial goals.

The webinar offers a low-risk model to start a business by acquiring an already successful one. This process can be completed in less than 100 days and does not require the use of one’s own capital.

For those interested in learning more about how to improve their business or how to purchase a profitable business, this in-depth online course allows them to develop the right skills that are much needed in the current business environment. Carl Allen’s main goal is to teach people how to live life on their own terms by building a successful business.

Carl Allen has unique expertise in acquiring strong, established and profitable businesses for no money down. He has worked on transactions worth over $50 billion in annual sales revenue, which includes over 250 acquisitions and 100 private investments. In a 24-year career, Carl has analysed thousands of businesses across nearly every business sector.

In addition, Carl has a solid reputation as an investor and corporate dealmaker, having worked for Bank of America, Hewlett-Packard, Forrester, and Gartner. He was the advisor of some of the world’s largest corporations on investments, acquisitions, disposals, and restructuring.

A satisfied client said: “After getting access to the program I knew I had made the right decision. Carl’s content is incredibly detailed. It’s essentially a turnkey solution for buying businesses: Approach letters, spreadsheets for company analysis and templates to take you to the point of taking over a company. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending the course or Carl’s mentoring to anyone looking to buy a business.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or https://businessbuyingaccelerator.com/referral.html?p=BuyBusinessPro&w=go

Contact Info:
Name: Carl Allen
Organization: Business Buying Accelerator 2.0
Address: 12a Meadway, Padiham, England BB12 7NG, United Kingdom
Website: https://businessbuyingaccelerator.com/referral.html?p=BuyBusinessPro&w=BBA1997Sales

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492548

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