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Stonemill Partners – Tidbits, Information, Resources, Articles

We just wanted to recap some of the tidbits from previous communication to help you in the management of your practice and ongoing planning:   Free Marketing Report: 50 Marketing Tactics for Engineers and Architects – email us to request this     Success Story as reported by the Houston Business Journal:   https://stonemillpartners.com/2015/10/success-story-as-reported-by-the-houston-business-journal/   Stonemill Partners – Tidbits, Information, Resources, Articles

Stonemill Partner Searches – seeking these firms:

Stonemill Partner Searches – seeking these firms:   Architectural Firm  – Ann Arbor, MI, Atlanta SDVOSB Engineering Firm – working on Veterans Admin projects Transportation Engineering Firm – Chicago, Midwest, Florida, Georgia MEP Engineering Firm – DC, Northern VA, MD Geotech Engineering Firm – (mining, water, NEPA, SEFA, Environmental) – Western US, Intermountain West 
Engineering Firm – full Stonemill Partner Searches – seeking these firms:

Business Available for Acquisition from Stonemill Partners

Business Available for Acquisition from Stonemill Partners   Revenue           Cash Flow        Backlog Midwest                        Design Build Construction Firm        $7,400,000    $374,000         $6,000,000 NE Wisconsin Engineering Firm        $2,818,000    $364,000         $5,060,000 Pennsylvania Architectural Firm       $799,000         $108,000         $1,260,000 Southwest                                                         Arizona GeoTech Engineering Firm  $2,937,000    Business Available for Acquisition from Stonemill Partners

Success Story as reported by the Houston Business Journal:

Success Story as reported by the Houston Business Journal:   http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2015/08/03/ziegler-cooper-architects-acquires-houston-firm-to.html

3 Reasons that an owner should not sell their own business:

Reason #1 – They Don’t Know Value! What the owner paid for it, what other businesses are advertised for, and what outdated rules-of-thumb (ROT!) are supposed to apply may have no relationship to today’s value. Price it too high and serious buyers won’t even look, price it too low and miss out on hard earned 3 Reasons that an owner should not sell their own business: