Radio Show Seeks Business Intermediaries to Discuss Selling a Business In Today’s Post-Pandemic Economy

Mark Imperial, host and media contributor to numerous Business programs heard nationally, seeks Business Intermediaries to discuss how a business owner can successfully sell a business today.

Describing the interview series, Imperial explained, “This wasn’t a topic we could tackle on our own, so my team is reaching out to Certified Business Intermediaries across the United States to find top Advisors who are generous about educating the business community on this complex topic. The Advisors we are looking for must be advocates for the success of their clients and passionate about helping them succeed.”

This interview series is important, Imperial shared, “The majority of Business Owners are woefully unprepared to make their businesses saleable. This series aims to raise awareness of the services of a business intermediary and introduce the business community to a multitude of qualified, leading professionals across the country.”

Explaining how Advisors can participate, Imperial stated, “We record our segments remotely via Zoom and it will only take 10 to 15 minutes. Many of my guests are first-time interviewees and that is okay, I make sure they look and present at their best.”

“My guests simply book their interview on my calendar. There is nothing to prepare, my program is candid and I always describe the discussion being just like ‘talking shop over a beer. I’m just like a prospective client asking questions, there are absolutely no ambush questions so my guests can be confident they know their stuff.” Imperial continued, “After the interview airs, I provide my guests with a link to their segment so they can use it anywhere they wish with my compliments. It helps us promote our show and that’s why we are happy to feature and promote them as guest experts.”

Business Intermediaries and Brokers who are interested in being featured on the program to share their knowledge  can learn more at: https://appt.imperialaction.com/mediainquiry

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