• In the third quarter of 2015’s fiscal year (April – June), BizBuySell released their reports on buying and selling transactions for small businesses within the United States. This report show the steady trend in the small business sector showing preference to buyers and sellers of retail businesses, of which 50% were restaurants, bars, and other food service businesses. George & Co has been a part of this trend, and has helped buyers buy and seller sell cafes, restaurants, food shops, and bars all throughout Massachusetts and greater New England.

     


  • The Immigrant Investor Program was created back in 1990 to provide targeted stimulation the U.S. economy. What on the surface looks as simple as a standard business investment in return for the EB-5 Visa and status as a conditional permanent resident, is actually a complicated program with a high amount of communication with USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) and regional agencies. If you’re looking at the EB-5 program to get your U.S. visa, you should know about the requirements, how to find a business, and how to properly invest in it in this three part series.


  • George & Company has spotted two growing trends as the small business market has taken back off over the last two years: the baby boomer generation has the post-recession confidence to sell their rock-solid businesses, and young entrepreneurs are lining up to buy them with better financing options as they step off the beaten track of corporate ladders and high-risk startups. Now is the perfect time to buy a baby boomers business as prices and purchasing power meet even.