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    Default Need your thoughts...where would you look for WAH business opportunities?

    Hi everyone, I want to sell my WAH business as I've had to move from my previous location and don't have the right set-up now. So just wondering where you would all look for WAH business opportunities:

    1. online somewhere (eg. would you read the business for sale ads on gumtree; would you look at mum-entrepreneur websites and at the little ads on those sites...if one said business for sale)
    2. classified ads in the back of the Sydney Kids, Brisbane Kids publication
    3. any other publications??

    Many thanks for your thoughts.

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    I would email my customers and put a notice on my website and facebook page- someone may have been admiring you for a while and it's nice to give an opportunity. I would give a deadline though.

    Then I would contact a business broker.

    ETA: Yes to the Mum-entrepreneur sites. I would even go as far as contacting the admins as they might know if someone is interested in a purchase or looking.

    ETA #2: I just reread the op....I totally didn't answer it...I would look on Mum- entrepreneur sites or go through classifieds...
    Last edited by Luna Lovegood; 01-02-2012 at 18:11.

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    I am looking atm:-)
    I am looking on job sites - seek and so on as well as just using google....
    The thing is i never know if its "one of thoes" business that is just going to rip me off... So hard to tell these days!

    Sarah :-)

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    Thanks ladies. That is a great help already. Rabbity Babbity do you mind me asking if there are mum-entrepreneur sites that you prefer?

    And Skebn when you google do you just google "work at home opportunities" or "work at home businesses" or "work at home jobs" (I might see if I can do a google ad...if I can work out how to do that for this)?

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    If you to google ads you could add various keywords to cover all search terms which might work. Do you have/want a voucher?

    I would look on work at home mums .com.au which has a business opportunities section.

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    I look fir work at home jobs :-)

    Sarah :-)

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    I always look on gumtree first instance! I have a business but looking to add another


 

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