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  • Marshall + Viliesis interview by Doug Marshall with Gregory Kovsky, President & CEO of IBA.

    May 6, 2021

    IBA President & CEO, Gregory Kovsky, was recently the featured guest in an interview by Doug Marshall, a partner at Marshall + Viliesis
    (Marshall+Viliesis | Value and Protect).  IBA & Marshall + Viliesis, are both member firms of the Professional 50 (The Professional 50 – Portland and Seattle’s Elite Business Transition Professionals), a Pacific Northwest professional organization with a membership of knowledgeable, experienced, highly skilled parties involved with the faciliatation of transactions in the mergers & acquisitions space in Washington & Oregon.   IBA is proud to have senior members of its team, Bill Southwell in Seattle, and Stephen Cohen in Portland, along with Gregory Kovsky actively involved with the organization.   IBA has been recognized as a market leader in terms of knowledge, experience, and professional ability in the Pacific Northwest for many decades related to the “sell side” representation of business owners  in the sale of privately held companies and family businesses with a reputation for employing “best practices” including maintaining an environment of confidentiality throughout the sale process.  IBA has received multiple requests for the audio file of this interview. The content of that interview is provided here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NuzICIfMj4 If you find this content beneficial, you will find simlar content in the following section of the Marshall + Villiesis website: Business Planning Notes – Marshall+Viliesis.

    IBA, the Pacific Northwest’s premier business brokerage firm since 1975, is available as an information resource to the media, business brokerage, mergers & acquisitions, real estate, and entrepreneurial communities on subjects relevant to the purchase & sale of privately held companies and family businesses. IBA is recognized as one of the best business brokerage firms in the nation based on its long track record of successfully negotiating “win-win” business sale transactions in environments of full disclosure employing “best practices”.

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