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Retiring, and looking to sell our Silicon Valley-based international IT consulting firm

We have a software consulting partnership - small boutique consulting firm with a roster of clients which include large multi-national corporations, Fortune 50, 100, and 500 companies, as well as a range of others. Most of our clients are in the Finance industry.

In business for over 30 years, we are now retiring, and wish to sell our business. It is headquartered I Silicon Valley, with offices in Frankfurt, Germany.

This is a great opportunity for the right person – a very talented IT consultant who wishes to take their skills abroad and benefit from the generous tax exemptions which Uncle Sam offers to American expats.

We have intentionally kept it small, with revenues around $250K annually. However, it is scalable, with unlimited profit potential for the right person or persons.

How do we go about finding a buyer for this niche market?

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