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One of the primary engines powering the Pacific Northwest economy are the privately held companies and family owned businesses that operate within the borders of Washington, Oregon, & Alaska. IBA has successfully facilitated over 4000 transactions for entrepreneurs wishing to transition out of business ownership for retirement or to change career direction since 1975. Our past transactions have included manufacturing plants utilizing steel, aluminum, plastic, wood, textiles, or food products, wholesale & distribution companies, retail businesses serving urban areas & rural communities, E-commerce businesses, software companies, schools & educational programs, electrical, plumbing, & HVAC contractors, auto repair & towing businesses,  marine & aerospace oriented repair, service, retail, and manufacturing companies, celebrity owned restaurants, wineries, veterinary hospitals specializing in small & large animals,  and service businesses ranging from accounting & law practices to environmental consulting.

The simple fact is that IBA in over forty years of representing business owners has sold almost every type of business that participates in the Pacific Northwest economy. This transactional experience provides IBA’s professionals with the market knowledge required to successfully complete transactions for our clients that accurately incorporate current market conditions and industry specific information.

Please contact our office if you have any questions regarding the representation we provide our clients or if you would like to schedule a time to meet with an IBA professional.

The following is a list of IBA’s departments. Each of these departments has a web page containing market segment and contact information.

Manufacturing
Wholesale/Distribution
Industrial
Technology/E-Commerce
Virtual
Marine
Transportation
Service
Education
Professional Practice
Human Resources
Retail
Winery/Distillery
Hospitality
Horticulture/Floral
Marijuana
Franchise Resales
Other

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W.H. Auden