You want buy a business but lack the experience and know-how well then this is the place for you.  This is unbiased, real world advice from some that has lived it.  I have been involved with 25 acquisitions and  created my own small cap private equity fund.  If there are issues pertaining to acquiring a business  – I can assure you I have experienced it.  With that in mind this blog is meant to educate would be buyers to the pitfalls and opportunities when acquiring a business.  I am convinced by following my advice that you will indeed be spared the trials and tribulations of the process and probably a whole lot of money.


9 Responses to About

  1. Chris says:

    I appreciate your approach to this blog. It’s nice to see entrepreneurs like you offering wisdom to others. Keep it up!

    • donsrons says:

      Thanks so very much. You get it! While we can all read as many articles we like – we need the details! And so I sincerely hope that readers will get a benefit from the postings.

  2. Bo says:

    I think you need to say more about who you are. I found this reading the comments in the Chaos article in newsweek. Some of what you are writing about is good – basic but still good stuff. I was just trying to explain customer concentrations to my brother in law over the weekend… But I distrust your motives and figure you are just creating a way to market businesses for sale, if you disclose more, even be honest that you are just trying to get people to your business listings i think you have a better chance. So sorry I don’t fall in line with the other 2 posts today.. BUT I think you need fill out your about page more openly and fairly

    • donsrons says:

      Thanks for the comments. Its seems impossible that in this day and age someone would actually offer advice and seek no return. In truth at some point I would like to monetize the site – no doubt this is capitalism. However, I am not a broker, I am not an accountant or lawyer and in fact I have no services to sell. I was an accountant received an MBA from NYU and joined an investmnet bank – then was a CFO of a $200MMM business. I partnered up with someone to buy businesses. We did. The experience left me dazed – for all my experience I still got it wrong. I can only imagine what the novice – first time buyer will go through. But relevant articles are written by journalists not people in the trenches. I wanted to help the new buyer or novice buyer avoid my mistakes. They have been so gut-wrenching that I wanted others the benefit of my experience. If I receive advertising – so be it – but I will never change the impetus for starting this – helping the buyer – period.

  3. Sunil says:

    I find your articles very interesting and hope you can keep posting. I was looking at your businesses for sale area and noticed the links didn’t quite work as expected.

    I manually went to the Clayton Capital Partners site and noticed the “Outrageous Price Process” they use to sell businesses at higher than normal market valuations. I have to admit, I found it odd that the site that drove me there was a buyer-centric one.

    • donsrons says:

      Thanks – your comments are appreciated. I will keep posting as there is much to say. As for the Clayton Capital Partners item – well its was a Beta thing I am doing – so please take it as such. Also PLEASE subscribe – the more the merrier. I hope that each and every posting sheds some light on the process.

  4. Nice post, I love the website.

  5. Wow! This blog looks just like my old one! It’s on a entirely different subject but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Wonderful choice of colors!

  6. Weiterlesen says:

    Ahoi, your review on this site really got me interested up to the very last word, so I just had to comment on it. Luckily I stumpled on it over Google and I must confess to you I nearly never read the entire story of a blog since I often get tired of the “blabla” which is offered to me on a regular basis. Yours is totally different and finally well researched or written. Will for sure further check out your blog! 🙂

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