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Selling Your Business Post-COVID

In order to achieve optimal results when selling a business, it is crucial to sync both internal timings with external timing. Internal timing consists of aspects that are personal to the business owner (ex: wanting to...

Buying and Selling Amazon FBA Businesses

In this episode of Tresle Talks, we will be covering buying and selling Amazon businesses, more specifically FBA businesses. Tresles CEO, Joel Keylor, talks to Ken Kubec, VP of Acquisitions at Thrasio: the largest acqu...

Buying a Distressed Business Part 2

This post is a follow-up piece to: Buying a Distressed Business. Many large companies have definitely felt the pinch of COVID-19, but thats only one part of the story. The pandemic has sent shockwaves through small bu...

Managing The Sale of a Business: Expectations vs. Reality

When business owners decide to embark on the journey to sell their business, they oftentimes have predetermined expectations about how the sale process will take place. These expectations can stem from all sorts of pla...

6 Small Things That Can Have a Big Impact When You Decide to Sell Your Business

Many owners experience a lot of anxiety when deciding to sell their business. This unease is often related to not knowing what to expect or even where to begin. However, once the decision is made to exit, there are sev...

What are Earnouts and Why Are They Used?

An earnout is a business purchase arrangement where a portion of the seller's payment is contingent on the performance of the business after it is sold. In other words, if after closing the company achieves certain defin...

SBA 7(a) Loan for Business Acquisition

In this episode of Tresle Talks, we will dive into the SBA 7(a) Loan for Business Acquisitions. Tresles CEO, Joel Keylor, sits down with Jack Postregna, VP of SBA Lending at Credit Bench by First Home Bank. Jack brings...

Maximizing Sale Value by Minimizing Customer Concentration

What is Customer Concentration Risk? Customer concentration risk is when a large amount of a companys sales are derived from a disproportionately small pool of customers. The bigger the client relative to total revenu...


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