Do you want to become a professional business broker? If so, there is no better option than the business broker training program offered by the American Business Brokers Association.
For individuals considering becoming business brokers, the business broker training seminar conducted by the American Business Brokers Association (ABBA) is held several times a year in various locations around the country. The seminar is a very focused 2-day hands-on weekend class that is always conducted on a Saturday and Sunday.
The Business Broker Training
The ABBA has been offering in-person, hands-on, independent business broker training to aspiring business brokers longer than any other organization. The training seminars are fully independent and not dependent on sponsors, vendors, or other influences, but rather based on a distillation of the decades of experience of top brokers around the country.
After completion of the seminar, attendees are awarded the professional credential of Accredited Business Intermediary (ABI). The program also includes unlimited on-going support afterward as individuals develop their brokerage careers.
The seminar instructor is William Bruce, president of the American Business Brokers Association and a full-time business broker. His website with contact information is here.
For Additional Information
To get an idea of what’s involved in the practice of business brokerage, please read our article entitled “What Do Business Brokers Do.”
For additional details on the seminar including future locations, class syllabus, and costs, please visit the website of the American Business Brokers Association.
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William Bruce is an Accredited Business Intermediary (ABI) and Senior Valuation Analyst (SVA) assisting buyers and sellers of privately held businesses in the transfer of ownership. He currently serves as president of the American Business Brokers Association. His practice includes consulting services nationally on issues of business valuation and transfer. He may be reached at (251) 990-5934 or by email at Will@WilliamBruce.org.