When considering buying a manufacturing business, there are a few important things you must have: an eye for innovation, a passion for manufacturing and a good, reliable source of potential businesses.
While the first two points rely on your skills and knowledge, we can help you get the last one right. Our website lets you browse manufacturing businesses which are currently up for sale and locate the best opportunity for you.
Our database includes manufacturers in many areas all around the UK, including machinery and metal, electrical components, wood and textile, or plastic and glass. To help you make the best decision, you will find important details, like the businesses’ descriptions and prices, their growth potential and the owner’s reasons for sale.
“Nothing you do for children is ever wasted.”
― Garrison Keillor
Running a children’s nursery is a business of patience and love. It’s a challenging game but if you have the necessary drive and skills it can be very rewarding.
Nowadays there is hardly any chance of getting a place in a local authority day nursery, so increasing numbers of families see private day nurseries more and more as a necessity rather than a luxury. This means there are significant business opportunities in private nurseries. However, if you are thinking of buying a children’s day nursery you’ve got to ask yourself a few questions first.
While opening a new clothes shop might be many people’s aspiration, new business takes a long time to build and begin producing profits. So, in many cases buying an existing business is a smarter move. Of course you’ll pay for the existing business goodwill, but you can also look forward to collecting income from day one and focus your time and energy on building up what’s already there.
The clothing industry is very competitive, but if you have the skills, the passion and the personality, you can do well. That’s because the future of the market looks very promising. According to the Clothing Retailing Update Market Report 2012, the UK’s clothing retail market increased 3.3% in 2011 and contributed £43.1 billion to the economy. Sales are estimated to increase by 20% to £51.8bn between 2012 and 2016 as the economy recovers. It’s a risky sector, but it can be highly rewarding.
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