Business Brokerage in a COVID-19 World

Aug 13, 2020

IBA, as the premier business brokerage firm in the Pacific Northwest, is firmly established as a respected professional service firm in the legal, accounting, banking, mergers & acquisitions, real estate, and financial planning communities.  Our talented team of knowledgeable & experienced intermediaries are frequently requested as seminar speakers and guests to be interviewed for telephone, radio, podcasts, and print.  Jeffrey Bryan, facilitating transactions for IBA since 2007, recently was interviewed by John Martinka for his Youtube Channel related to business brokerage in a COVID-19 world.  The following video contains the interview.  Mr. Bryan can be reached for follow up questions at (425) 454-3052 or jeff@ibainc.com. Mr. Martinka can be reached at (425) 576-1814 or john@johnmartinka.com.

 

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