The Firm Deal Review magazine - December 2016

Featured Articles

Take a Look at Traction

Kristopher Kluver

All businesses get “stuck” or hit the ceiling at one point or another. This process is inevitable and is actually part of the life cycle of every business. As human beings we innately know how to survive our growing pains, but business own… Read More

Silicon Valley Meets Silicon Prairie

Maureen Tierney

When hearing career coach Samantha Masson’s plans for her knew purchase, CareerBum.com, one is both impressed and somewhat anxious. Her ambition for the Nebraska-born job search board is vastly further reaching than its current local prese… Read More

Building Dream Homes Becomes a Dream Business

Kathy Rygg

Entrepreneurship can start at any age. When he was just 10-years-old, Scott Warren started his first business making and selling sack lunches to construction workers on job sites. In junior high he had his own landscaping company, and in hi… Read More

Trends for Business Sales

Susanne Miller, J.D.

As 2016 comes to an end and 2017 is on the horizon, business owners need to understand that the decisions they make will impact the ultimate price a Buyer will pay to acquire their business. Day to day operations are often the focus, but u… Read More

Former Mrs. Nebraska Makes a Winning Move

Kathy Rygg

Confidence and success typically go hand-in-hand. That’s been the experience for Michelle Strom in both her personal and professional life. Growing up as a competitive athlete in gymnastics, Michelle has always welcomed competition. So when… Read More

Military Discipline Translates into Business

Kathy Rygg

Being a successful business owner requires discipline. Not just for yourself, but it extends to having employees who are disciplined as well. For Barbara Myers, this perspective is second nature. After a 14-year career in the United State A… Read More

A Mutually Beneficial Relationship

Jordan Burt

The cost of doing business continues to grow, the most significant is the labor along with the stress of finding qualified, trained talent. The way employees work is a constantly changing battle. As a business is subject to technological a… Read More

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