How Big is Your Market

Number of Businesses

This map shows the number of businesses with less than $10,000,000 in annual sales. As an illustration, there are approximately 60,000 businesses in Idaho. Realistically the Bristol Group can only contact 7,000 or 8,000 a year. That means we are barely scratching the surface in a small state like Idaho. Chances are your market is much larger. (source

The best way to learn about this exciting opportunity is to speak with either Trevin Rasmussen or Kelly Shaw. We will explain how you can make a great living brokering businesses and working with small to mid-sized business owners.

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Contact the Bristol Group and begin exploring the exciting profession of a business broker.

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How it works.

The Bristol Group will train you how to obtain clients, prepare business valuations, identify and qualify potential buyers, negotiate offers, manage due diligence, and drive a deal to the closing.

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How you get paid.

Business brokers are paid a success fee, or commission, for successfully selling a business. Brokers may also earn fees for performing business valuations and consulting.

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What we provide.

As an Affiliate of the Bristol you will receive all of the legal documentation, marketing materials, and administrative tools to manage your own business brokerage firm in your local market.

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What you need to know.

To become an affiliate of the Bristol Group you will need to agree to the terms and conditions of the Affiliate Agreement.

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How big is your market.

Each Bristol Group Affiliate operates in their local market to serve local business owners. Our national presence and network of affiliate brokers gives you an enormous advantage and leads to greater commissions.

Ready to get started?

We invite you to participate in our Discovery Day held once a month. Use the form to request additional information and one of our brokers will contact you. Or call Trevin Rasmussen at (208) 938-3303.