4 Questions To Ask Yourself When Selling Your Business

Selling BusinessAre you planning of selling your business? You need to ensure that everything is in place for you to sell the business at the right price. To help you out here are some of the questions that you should ask yourself as a business seller:

What Are The Things That A Buyer Will Look For In My Business?

There are many things that a buyer will look for when buying your business. Some of these things include: product lines, management structure, compatibility of operations, and customer and market base.

The buyer will also review your financial condition which includes: tax returns, payroll records, financial statements and depreciation schedules. If there are any employees in the business the buyer will like to know about their employment contracts.

How Do I Determine The Value Of My Business?

It’s easy to determine the value of your business as all you need to do is to hire a certified valuation company to do the valuation for you. The company will consider a number of factors in order to come up with the value of your business. Some of these factors include: assets, cash flow, market share, customer base, and financial history.

When Is The Right Time To Sell My Business?

The right time to sell your business is when everything is in place. You should wait until your business is viable and you can predict that it’s going to have an exponential growth. You should also wait until you have prepared all the necessary documents and you have a professional exit strategy.

You should never sell your business when you are desperate. For example, you shouldn’t sell your business when you have a pressing loan that you need to settle. This will not only give you stress, it will also result to you selling the business at a very low price.

Should I Tell My Employees That I’m Selling The Business?

You shouldn’t tell your employees about it. This is to avoid the repercussions that come with telling them. Some of the repercussions include: key employees looking for work elsewhere, competitors bad-mouthing you, vendors shortening terms and banks calling in notes.

You should maintain confidentiality and only let the employees know about it only after you have completed the selling process and the new owner is ready to start operations.


These are some of the questions that you should ask yourself when selling your business. To complete the selling process flawlessly you should consider working closely with a professional advisor.

Taking A Look At The Refractometer

RefractometerA refractometer is a lab equipment that you use in measuring the fermentation level of a liquid. To measure the fermentation level the refractometer measures the amount of sugar (sugar weight or percentage Brix) in a solution.

Use Of The Refractometer

The equipment is mostly used by wine and beer makers. Winemakers use it to measure the ripeness of grapes and other fruits used in making the wine. Here the winemakers use the fruit juice from the fruits in order to determine if the fruits have reached their ideal level of natural fermentation. If the fruits have reached their ideal levels, the winemaker can go ahead and use them to make wine.

Refractometer is also used by beer makers where they use it to determine the specific gravity of their wort. A number of mathematical formulas are used in converting Brix percentage to specific gravity which is measured at the different stages of the brewing process. It’s important for the beer makers to know specific gravity of the beer in order to achieve consistency.

How A Refractometer Works

As mentioned, the refractometer measures the sugar content in a solution. It does this using an optical device that works like a prism. When you place a liquid on the equipment, it reacts with light and turns the reaction into a given number on the Brix percentage scale.

The refractomer works just like a hydrometer, only that the refractometer requires just a small amount of liquid to operate.

How To Use The Refractomer

To use the equipment you need to start by calibrating it. For accurate calibration you should use distilled water. After calibrating you should add a drop of liquid (that you are measuring) under the sample plate and ensure that there are no air bubbles trapped. You should wait for 30 seconds and then read the refractometer by holding it up to a natural light source such as window or door.

You should look though the eyepiece and there should be a line on the meter that corresponds to the scale on the side of the viewing screen. The reading that you see is the percentage Brix.


This is what you need to know about refractometers. To achieve ideal results you should undertake careful calibration. For the equipment to last for a long time you should avoid exposing it to damp environment. You should also avoid measuring corrosive or abrasive chemicals.

How to Build Trust and Good Reputation for Your Business

Build TrustSir Richard Branson, the billionaire founder of Virgin Group, once observed that “Building trust in your brand isn’t easy to achieve and it may take time, but it doesn’t have to come at a high cost”. Making your business a reliable and trustworthy source of health and fitness services isn’t difficult. Just like the path to greater health, it requires ambition, hard work, and integrity to see it through.

To build the sort of trust and good standing that will make customers happy and keep your business thriving, follow these easy but often-overlooked qualities.

Keep Your Promises

In both your personal and professional life, you should always deliver on the promises you offer others. From clients to loved ones, maintaining a consistent ability to follow through on your word is a surefire way to build your reputation, gain more customers, and help other people. This is especially true with respect to trainers, coaches, and instructors who are helping to impart skills or improve others: your customers are depending on you to help them succeed. Do not fail them.

Encourage Reviews

According to various polls and studies, the overwhelming majority of consumers are influenced by reviews, whether negative or positive. If you want to build your reputation, you want to encourage customers to leave feedback and hold you accountable. That means actively managing a website, blog, and reviews on online listings. Engage your followers and network contacts, whether they are current or potential customers to leave reviews and be open to whatever reviews or direct feedback they offer. Not only will you learn to manage and improve your reputation, but you will show how much your care.

Be an Effective Communicator

This goes hand-in-hand with the previous two points. In the busy and dynamic world of health and fitness, it is easy to get swept up in your work and forget to keep the channels open with both partners and customers. Do not neglect opening as many avenues to communication as possible: not just phone and email, but social media, instant messaging, and even fax – show your network you are receptive to a conversation. Whether it is reaffirming company values and goals with your employees, or reaching out to the community with events and special services, you can build a lot of goodwill by taking a proactive approach.

Comply With Regulations

This may not be the most glamorous or interesting strategy, but it is nonetheless incredibly important. Like any industry, health and fitness businesses must be compliant with a range of federal, state, and local regulations, not to mention relevant professional qualifications and licenses. Not only would failing to do so mean hefty fines and even a closing of your business, but it would erode trust among your clients. Formal certifications show you are an honest and well-vouched professional. Stay on top of updating them as often as possible to keep your reputation and operations intact.

These are just some of the ways you can both build and maintain trust with your customers and partners.

Shelf Corporations

A shelf corporation is a paper or shell corporation that is administratively formed and then “put on a shelf” for several years to age. The term “shelf” or “aged” only refers to the fact that the company has already been filed and is sitting “on a shelf” waiting to be purchased.

A shelf corporation is a company that was created years ago for the sole purpose of being sold in the future simply for the value of its age. A person forms a company and does nothing with the corporation other than filing the annual reports and covering the annual fees. Once the corporation is a few years old it has a sort of value for the right person.

Historically shelf corporations were considered a legitimate way to streamline a startup. They were especially useful prior to the introduction of electronic registration when setting up new corporations used to take months to do. Selling them as vehicles to get around credit guidelines is fairly new. Shelf corporations are also called aged corporations, seasoned shelf corporations, off the shelf company and shelf corps. It is NOT the same as shell corporations. Shell corporations are completely different entities, both in scope and in formation and usually have no significant assets or operational structure.

A shelf corporation doesn’t engage in any real business. Most shelf corporations have been totally inactive. They have never had income, assets or bank accounts, operations or activity of any kind. During the aging period some efforts may be undertaken to establish a credit history, file basic tax returns, open a business bank account, and other simple actions to demonstrate some activity. These types of shelf corporations are more valuable and are sold for more money.

Shelf corporations are legal and do have legitimate purposes. They have been used by someone who may not otherwise qualify for a bank loan, line of credit, or government contract because they or their existing company do not have the required credit scores or a two to five year established business history. A long-established company might qualify for more credit and funding. A company that has been open for 10 years will look more credible than one just opened this year. This might help to secure more credit and funding as the majority of businesses fail within four years, and only a small percent make it to 10 years or more.

Shelf corporations do provide some benefits including establishing an instant history for a company, improving company image, and even make it faster to pursue business endeavors because the company is already formed and ready for immediate delivery and faster to obtain business licenses. And shelf corporations gives you a faster ability to bid on contracts, saving time by foregoing the time and expense of forming a brand new corporation and corporate filing longevity.

A company is “founded” when they initially setup their corporation. Many potential business resources are hesitant to engage brand new or up-start corporations. The age of your company can give greater credibility to customers and lenders than a business that was recently established. Say you were an accountant for 10 years, but just opened your business. By buying an aged corporation that has been open 10 years, you can then advertise that you have been in business for 10 years, and your corporate records also support that.

Often people purchase such companies in Nevada, Wyoming or California as well as Delaware due to regulatory considerations. Shelf corporations include articles of incorporation, “Action of Sole Incorporator” document which transfers the company to you, minutes of meetings (blank sample forms), a corporate kit (record book) and stock certificates (blank, un-issued shares). It also includes a corporate seal, corporate bylaws (unsigned forms), registered agent service and federal tax ID number.

Shelf corporations are not looked upon unfavorably by regulators, lenders, or the business reporting agencies. Many say they are unethical, borderline illegal, and some call them a fraud.

From Dun & Bradstreet… “It is unclear whether it is legal to use shelf corporations to access credit. It is clear, however, that this is a deceitful, unethical maneuver that serious entrepreneurs should avoid.” If the credit bureaus learn about the company being under new management, they will list it on their reports, effectively “re-aging” the company.

“Shell and shelf companies can be created domestically or in a foreign country. Shell and shelf companies are often formed by individuals and businesses to conduct legitimate transactions.

However, they can be and have been used as vehicles for common financial crime schemes such as money laundering, fraudulent loans and fraudulent purchasing. By virtue of the ease of formation and the absence of ownership disclosure requirements, shell and shelf companies are an attractive vehicle for those seeking to conduct illicit activity.” FDIC Special Alert, April 24, 2009.

Many lenders now look at the bank account start date as the corporation start date. Most shelf corporations don’t come with established bank accounts. Some shelf corporations have actual credit problems making it harder to get funding, not easier. Most lenders know what to look for to see if the corporation is a shelf corporation. Things like your business Bank Rating could tip them off. Public records also show the change in ownership which raises red flags.

Shelf corporations are NOT necessary to build business credit. Using a shelf corporation is not the best way to build business credit. Due to their expense and potential issues, they can actually hurt you more than they can help. The best way to build business credit is to work with vendors who approve new businesses, as many do. The best way to get funding is to use collateral, or have your business generating cash flow. Other ways to get funding are to use good credit partners to obtain unsecure financing.

Do You Have Enough Impact?

At the beginning of every work day, what do you think about?

Your get-to-do list? A problem that needs to be solved?

What if you started every day thinking about the impact you are having?

What if every day, you think about the impact you could have?

Every business owner has impact. You have impact on your clients by what you offer and how you offer it. You have impact on your team.

That is only the beginning.

“If I had more than enough money in my business, I would create ways to help other people who want to start a business,” said Nyeleti. She had just completed part of the Big Why process that I do with my coaching clients. She realized that her impact could extend considerably beyond her own and her family’s economics.

“I would travel to London.”

“I would build an orphanage for kids whose parents have died from AIDS.”

“I would start homework programs for kids so that they have somewhere constructive to go after school and get support for their education.”

“I would send my kids to a better school.”

Earlier this month, I spent a week in South Africa, and had the privilege of sharing what I know about being a successful entrepreneur with Nyeleti and others. Though I was there to coach, I learned so much myself.

I also got very inspired about the impact we can each have in our business, and our lives.

The organization I was working with, the Good Work Foundation, has a mandate of education in rural South Africa. That is already ambitious, but they are doing even more. Kate Groch, the GWF CEO, has a vision for revolutionizing education. In the world.

The energy at GWF is contagious. Excitement for what they are doing, and what they see for the future. Lives profoundly changed. People lifted up, and creating their own impact.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the impact we each have in the world. About legacy. About ways we can up the ante and do more, do things that really matter, without it being a burden or just one more to-do.

This experience in South Africa has completely inspired me. The GWF staff. The students in their programs. People with limited resources creating positive change, and all challenging themselves to create more.

You don’t have to live in South Africa to have impact. You can be anywhere. And your impact can be anything you choose.

Wouldn’t you like to know that you are making this planet a better place?

Whether you choose to do that in your family, your business, your community, or beyond, it’s all doing a service that ripples out. And out. And out.

There’s no end to what is possible when you allow your vision to open and take action to have your own impact.

I’d like to share more stories of impact with you, and I will. In the meantime, let’s start you thinking about the impact that you (yes, you!) could have. I want to support you in that in the best way, which means starting with encouraging you to have your own vision.

Here’s a brief version of the Big Why process that entrepreneurs do in my workshops. Ask yourself these questions, in turn. Write down your answers to get the most out of the exercise.

Don’t be concerned with what’s practical. Don’t worry about how you could do it. Write down whatever comes to your mind – let your responses just come. Let’s begin!

1. If you had more than enough money from your business to cover all the business expenses, including your pay, what would you do with it?

Next, your Big-gest Why:

2. If you had as much money from your business as you could ever possibly imagine, what would you do with it?

Feeling expansive? The entrepreneurs I’ve done this with find my Big Why process incredibly energizing. Heart-opening.

Once you’ve answered the questions, check in with yourself. How do you feel? Pretty damn good, I’ll bet.

You’ll feel even better when you continue to remind yourself of this vision. You’ll see new opportunities pop up. They will come from unexpected quarters. And when you start to act on those opportunities, wow! The energy will be amazing.

Your Big Why vision will carry you through challenges, difficult times in your business.

Your Big Why vision will offer you the chance to realize your own potential. To have the impact that only you can have.

It doesn’t all have to be done at once. It doesn’t even have to be big by anyone else’s standards. It just has to be big and meaningful to you.

There is nothing you can imagine that is not possible, in some form. You wouldn’t be able to imagine it if it weren’t. How you’re going to do it is probably unknown. And that’s OK. You will find out how.

So let’s start, OK? Pick one thing from your vision to share with someone you trust. Talk about it in as much detail as you can see. Write down or draw what you envision. Then, do one thing to start bringing it to life.

You can have more impact, if you choose. What does your impact look like?

How to Include Even Inventory Management Tools In the Clouds as Well?

The strength of any business lies in its inventory, and as a result of it, inventory management is essential since it provides answers about the products in hand. It also helps in estimating the stocks in the warehouse and where is it located. It even means, the businesses are able to maintain the optimum level of inventory avoiding any sort of unnecessary capital expenditure, where the businesses can guarantee that they are not running out of necessary goods to meet the demands on time. In order to determine the right inventory management tool, one must not only know of what the current demands are, but also must have a consolidated plan about where it sees itself in the years to come.

According to Charles Phillips Infor, there are certain questions that the businesses might prefer asking before evaluating the right inventory management tool. Since your business promises to grow accordingly, can the management tool scale the business along with it? Is the tool flexible enough to evolve and facilitate the changes when required? Generally the traditional ERP systems which were more prevalent in companies were less sophisticated, and lacked the real time visibility that is required by the modern day distributors to manage the inventory. There are still several companies whose last resort is the spreadsheet to manage the inventory, or rely on their guts to take any decision. This is not at all an effective solution for the business since it result in costing thousands of dollars in replenishing the stock on an emergency basis.

The cloud based inventory management offers a system that is completely opposite to how the manual process approaches. The cloud based system provides a real time visibility to the businesses enabling them to have access to critical information at any point of time. It even has the ability to function at the core of the ERP system integrating the plans, financial planning and the logistics. Scalability, flexibility and visibility are the three key issues that comprise of the integrated approach towards the inventory management.

For the start ups, the spreadsheets seem to serve the purpose, but as and when the businesses grow, the increasing demands will slowly outrace the capability for managing the inventory. While businesses look for the right cloud inventory management, they must ensure that their tool is capable of scaling down the business as and when it grows. The cloud really makes it easy for the businesses to add the users functionality and suppliers with minimum effort.

Unlike the spreadsheets and other desktop applications, the cloud doesn’t tethers the managers to the desk. The web based inventory management provided by these clouds gives the personnel an open access to the information anytime and anywhere. Even the managers find it quite easy to monitor continuously and track down the improvement with the helps of the metric driven dashboards.

Charles Phillips Infor believes that these cloud based inventory management tool takes the arduous job to a completely new level. The requirements of the businesses are unique and configuring them is the biggest challenge posed to the managers. With effective tools working diligently, the businesses can make it quite easily and effectively as well.

What Is Due Diligence in Business Sale?

Due diligence is where you verify the information given to you by a business seller. The seller should give you access to the books of accounts and any other information that will help you in confirming that the business is making profits and will be profitable in the future. An ideal due diligence should be able to highlight any issues or problems that might need to be warranted or guaranteed.

Types of Due Diligence

There are three types of due diligence that you can do:

Legal: here your lawyers need to check and confirm if a business has the legal title to sell. The lawyers also need to determine whether a business owns all the assets. If there are regulatory or litigation issues, the lawyers have to ensure that the business seller addresses them before you can progress with buying the business.

Financial: here you need to check the financial records of the business to ensure that there are no black holes or any hidden financial issues. For ideal results you should work with a professional such as an accountant who will help you in identifying any faulty areas.

Commercial: this is where you find out how well placed the business is in the marketplace. You can easily do this by checking the competitors and the regulatory environment.

When to Begin

As a business buyer you should begin due diligence after you have agreed on the price and terms of sale. You should note that the seller will most likely ask for a down payment in order to secure the exclusivity period.

Although, you can negotiate on the period, you shouldn’t take more than four weeks to complete the entire process. To complete the process fast you should work with accountants and solicitors who will help you in identifying the risk areas.

What Should Be Contained In the Report?

There are many things that should be contained in the due diligence report. These things include:

Finances: these are financial statements, capital structure, financial projections and taxes.

Products: you should describe the products in detail. You should describe the products that have high sales and those that have low sales.

Competition: who are the main business competitors?

Management: it should include the company’s organization chart, biographies of senior management and any other information.


This is what you need to know about due diligence when buying a business. To have an easy time you should ensure that you work with professionals.

How to Question for a Budget

Qualifying for budget, or handling objections around budget and money, are areas most sales reps feel uncomfortable in. To start with, I’ve heard many sales reps tell me that bringing up budget or money on a qualifying call is not only uncomfortable, but that it’s inappropriate as well. They say, “I haven’t given any value yet, so it’s too early to talk about budget!”

My response is that if your product or service is out of a prospect’s budget, or if they feel it’s too expensive, then it doesn’t matter how much value you give it – they aren’t going to buy from you. That’s why it’s crucial to qualify for budget up front – just as you would with decision maker, timeframe, etc.

And when objections about money or price come up, again, sales reps often struggle with how to handle it. In fact, most sales reps’ default response is to try to lower the price rather than either build value or help the prospect find other areas to get budget from.

Below you’ll find a variety of ways of both qualifying for budget and asking questions to help assist you in helping the prospect find the budget. Getting comfortable with regularly asking these questions – both during the qualifying stage and during the close – will allow you to both identify qualified prospects and help you close them.

As always, adapt them to fit your product, service or personality and practice, drill and rehearse them until they become automatic for you:

Budget Questions during qualifying:

“How much budget do you have set aside for new advertising?” (This week, quarter, or year)

“How much are you currently spending to attract new consumers?”

“How much budget do you currently spend on keeping or retaining your existing customers?”

“How much have you set aside this?” (Your product or service)

“What do you know about management’s budget when it comes to adding… ” (Your product or service)

“Besides yourself, who else would weigh in on making a budget decision on this?”


“And what is their role (or your role) in that process?”


“And what do you know about their budget for adding a new… (Your product or service)

“How much of a priority is this (your product or service area) for you this month?” (Or quarter)

“How much does your department (or company) spend on new client acquisition?”

“Our solution runs a ballpark of $10,000 up to $50,000.” If you liked what you saw, could you work within that range?”

“What’s your budget for this?”

“What are your plans for (your product or service area) for the upcoming season/quarter for this?”

Budget Questions during the close:

“What is a new customer worth, roughly, to you?”


“And how much budget, per week/month/year, have you set aside to attract those new customers?”


“And how much of that budget is still not used that you could apply to this?”

“When something like this comes up that you believe will work for you (your department or company), how do you normally go about getting the budget for it?”

“How do you draw from next month’s/quarter’s budget to get something like this that you really know will help you?”

“What is your yearly budget for this area (of your product or service)?”


“And how much of that do you have left over?”

“Let me ask you: around this time of year, how do you handle these kinds of purchases?”

“Who else could you get approval from to afford this extra expense?”

“How do you normally get something above budget approved?”

“How can you borrow against next year’s budget to get the profits and results this year?”

“What do you have to do now to make sure this is properly budgeted for next quarter?”

“What other areas/departments can you borrow from to start this service today?”

“If money weren’t an issue here, would you move forward?”

[If Yes]

“GREAT! What are three ways you can think of now to get the budget for this?”

“What did you do last time you really wanted something?”

“How did you get the money last time you really wanted something?”

“We all have ways of getting the money when we really want something, what way do you have of getting the money now?”

“Who (which department) could you borrow from?”

“How about I put you on our low cost down payment program, and you can then set up easy monthly payments so you can get started today?”

As you can see, there are a variety ways of not only bringing up or getting clarity around the budget issue, but of also leading your prospect to revealing how and when they can get or find the budget. Have some fun with this and hit MUTE while you get all the answers and solutions around budget that you need!

Creating a Business Collecting Silver Coins


For many people in the United States and around the world, owning a business is the ultimate dream. There are many different things that owning a business allows if the business is successful. The great aspect of the world that we live in today is that there are a ton of opportunities out there for those that are willing to go in to the market place and take a risk. One of the best opportunities for starting and running a profitable business today is collecting and selling silver coins and other precious metals. Many people wonder exactly how to sell silver coins and how to make money doing so. The good news is that there are several steps that anyone starting a business collecting and selling silver coins can take in order to increase their chances of success.

Buy Wholesale

The most important thing for anyone that wants to make money selling silver coins is to purchase those coins at a discount. This can be done by finding a good wholesaler to work with or it can be done purchasing the coins from a distressed owner. Many times at estate sales, the only family a person has is out of state and they do not want to spend a lot of time selling all of the possessions for top dollar. Many elderly people see the value in collecting silver coins and they may have several thousand dollars worth of the coins. When working to sell coins for cash, it is important that the margins on the products are as high as possible. The margin is defined as the retail price that the customer pays minus the cost to acquire the merchandise. In order to make the right amount of money when you sell coins for cash, it is vital to acquire them at the lowest cost possible.

Reduce Overhead

In any business there is going to be some overhead that must be dealt with. No matter how lean of an operation there is, there are costs of doing business. However, with the technology available today there is no reason that overhead can not be reduced. There are many businesses that spend a lot of money every month on huge facilities to house their inventory and store front. When starting a business, it may be more profitable over the long term to start out small and lean. Then, as margins improve and the customer base expands a person can invest more money in to their business for growth. The value of old coins is something that can be hard to discern so knowing the value of inventory can be difficult. As a business owner, one of the most important tasks is knowing the value of old coins in inventory. Many people wonder how to sell silver coins for a profit, and the best answer is to reduce the overhead of the business and to buy the silver coins at a deep discount.

General Business Tips

Overall, by following these two tips you are well on your way to being successful in collecting silver coins. However, there are also some general business tips that should be followed by anyone interested in making a large profit. First of all, investing in the business should only be done after careful analysis. Just because you think you need something for the business, does not mean it will do anything to drive the bottom line of the company. At the end of the day, every dollar a business spends in the beginning should be reinvested back in to the business for maximum long term profits. Finally, always think long term rewards over short term pain. This goes for any area of life, but is especially true in building a business.

Sealed With Quality: The Right Packaging For Your Industry

Did you ever try to give a gift with a not-so-impressing wrapper? Did you see how the expressions of the one who received it changed so quickly? His face went from shining to dull to a dread-look. And even if you were the one who was given by that gift in a not-so-impressing wrapper your emotions would surely change from very excited to shock to very disappointed. It can’t be denied. However luxurious the gift is, if it is wrapped in a newspaper, a plain bond paper or just patches of construction paper, it would really bring frustrated feelings to the receiver.

It’s all the same with industries. However good and elegant and nice the products are, if it comes in a disgusting packaging, the customers would really think twice before buying the products again. If you think packaging do not mean anything, you’re absolutely wrong. Packaging attracts customers as much as your products do. It makes them special and thought about. It really does matter a lot.

To enter a business is easy. How you remain strong and unshaken is very tricky. One of the reasons why businesses go down is because of the poor choice of packaging. And we are here to help.

Below are the types of packaging a business must use:

1. Agriculture

• Bulk packages.
• Enclose product for easier handling and distribution.
• Protect product from mechanical damage and poor environmental conditions

2. Apparel

• Protection from mechanical shock, vibration, electrostatic discharge compression, temperature.
• Protection from dirt and damages.

3. Medical Devices

• Product is safe from foreign elements.

Besides meeting the qualifications, you would also want your packaging to be of high quality and be cost-efficient. Although you would want your products to arrive to your customers in the most elegant way, you would not want to be killed with the overly-high overhead cost. Of course, you would want the bags to be of high quality because you do not want your products to reach your customers shattered. That is why choosing custom poly bags should be on the very top of your list because it is flexible, tear-resistant and durable.

You will know that the plastic bags are of high quality when it is made by the latest machineries which are operated by hardworking individuals. And though you have high-quality, cost-efficient bags, if they’ll not arrive within your department on time, it’s all worthless. So add time-conscious manufacturers on the list. Because providing your customers the best products in the most excellent kind of packaging would be one of your top priorities. You can not afford to lose them and their trust. They are the building foundation of your business and without them, your business will not run for as long as it has right now. Losing them means losing a very big building block that would put your business down. And you would always want to provide them with only the best