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    Default Hi! I am Jacob from PartnersEquity

    Hey everybody!

    My name is Jacob Brown and I represent Partner's Equity, we buy small businesses.

    Happy to be part of the community
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    Welcome, Jacob!

    How's the business of buying businesses been treating your business?
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    Welcome to the forum Jacob. I look forward to chatting with you and thanks for joining the community.
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    Haha pretty good David, a good way to learn new working strategies is to acquire them

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    Quote Originally Posted by vangogh View Post
    Welcome to the forum Jacob. I look forward to chatting with you and thanks for joining the community.
    Thanks! Looking forward to it!

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    What do you do with small businesses after you've bought them? Do you continue to operate them or liquidate? I'm curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SumpinSpecial View Post
    What do you do with small businesses after you've bought them? Do you continue to operate them or liquidate? I'm curious.
    We like to continue to run and grow them (why break something thats working good). On average we will keep a business for 2-4 years before looking for an exit strategy.

    On a lot of businesses there is some rehab work we have to do, whether we fix obvious problems or expand into untapped markets that are readily available.

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