Is anyone looking to buy IT businesses Sydney and Australia
The short answer is yes, there is a lot of demand for IT businesses. From web design, digital marketing to managed service providers. You name it I have buyers on my data base looking to explore opportunities. Simply put I have more potential buyers than sellers.
The virus has not stopped everything, just the number of businesses on the market. I think people are just not making decisions, it’s always easier to do the same thing than do something different. That keep me in a high paying job in IT for too many years, fear of the unknown. I am now doing something I enjoy much more.
Which means there is more demand than supply, which equates better prices paid.
If you are interested, it costs nothing to have a chat.
My contact details are on my LinkedIn profile below.
When selling an IT business it is more than helpful to have someone that knows IT from years of experience. I first started off in IT with industrial electronics and then mainframes. The disks in the data center where about the size of a washing machine and had 60MB exchangeable disk drives in them. The memory was core, iron with wires wrapped around them.
When I was at Reuters we got one of the first IBM desktops. I recall it cost $26,000 and had to be upgraded to 512MB of memory, wow that much memory in a little box. Haven’t things changed, if you can remember what I can of IT then it might be time for a change? If I have done it so can you, make a change for the better. Life is too short to be dong something when there is no passion.
EDS 60MB exchangeable disk drive
For those that don’t remember core memory