Selling Your Business
We know you have worked extremely hard to build your business. If you are looking to maximise its return, but minimise the hassle of the sale process, you need a trusted business broker like LINK.
LINK has over 18 years’ experience, broking businesses across Australasia – the leading business broking organisation in the region. Allowing link to market and manage the sale of your business, will give you peace of mind, trusting in LINK’s long standing track record, and industry expertise.
To achieve the best results, LINK has specialist divisions of brokers who have experience in these specific industries. Our divisions are as follows:
- General Business
- Tourism & Leisure
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