Do you have what it takes to become a business broker?
The following factors are driving significant growth in business sales:
Pent up demand from aging “baby boomer” business owners, many of whom put off selling over the last couple years due to the economy
Incredible demand from individual buyers who want to “Be Their Own Boss” and own a business
Successful companies who want to acquire other companies as part of their growth strategy
Accordingly, the market has become extremely active and our firm is well-positioned to capitalize on these macro-economic trends. Sunbelt offers:
Comprehensive training program with a track record of success, Top producers can earn $250,000 – $500,000 (brokers are commission only and independent contractors).
Sunbelt’s exclusive Certified Main Street Business Broker (CMSBB) training and certification
A career that allows you to “ be your own boss” without having to buy a business
The power of the Sunbelt brand, the largest business brokerage firm in the world
Lifelong career opportunity that offers flexible hours and lifestyle
If you are self-motivated, results driven and a strong leader you are encouraged to submit your resume. Preferred candidates are proven top performers (minimum 5 years of experience) in executive level sales, business ownership and/or business development. If you would like to be considered please submit your resume to email@example.com.
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