Business Advisory Services and Representation
Brown & Sterling, P.S. is dedicated to helping small to mid-sized business owners and entrepreneurs of the Pacific Northwest. As a firm, we’ve been advising businesses for over fifteen years. Our firm is uniquely situated to walk business owners through all of the intricacies of entity selection, capitalization, business operations and business acquisition or sale, with a team of seasoned attorneys knowledgeable in business, taxation, employment, and real estate law, and attorneys who have postgraduate training in taxation. We’ve assisted hundreds of business owners and their businesses ranging in revenues from $250,000 to $100,000,000.
Our business services include:
- Business Formation
- Business Transactions
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Real Estate Transactions
- Registered Agent Services
- Business Succession Planning
We can also guide you through all aspects of Buying or Selling a Business.
Learn more about how we can help your business grow.
How does your business stack up?
Would potential investors be drawn to your business? With a team of professionals knowledgeable in all aspects of business formation, operation and succession, Brown & Sterling can help you turn your business into something investors would be attracted to–or whatever you desire it to be.
All businesses are selling something–either a product or a service. If you don’t have a strong system for sales, your business won’t be able to generate revenues. And a business that doesn’t generate revenues–well, isn’t really a business.
Your business isn’t going to generate much in the way of sales if you don’t have a good marketing machine in place. Marketing drives sales.
As the term suggests, the “factory” for your business is the combination of people, machines and systems that produce the products or services that your business sells. It doesn’t matter how much you market or sell if your “factory” can’t keep up.
4. PHYSICAL PLANT
The physical plant is the where the “factory” is located. It also includes the machinery and equipment used in your factory. As businesses grow, their physical plants need to grow. They’ll need more space, bigger and faster machines.
It’s not uncommon for new businesses to be under-capitalized. That’s typically why businesses appear on Shark Tank. Without adequate capital, a business can’t grow. But capital alone won’t create a successful business. Capital has to be obtained and used wisely.