For sale £95,000 - Non Retail
Award winning business based out of rural premises in Central England. With the owners looking to retire, City Business Brokers are pleased to bring this profitable concern to the market.
Run as a family business and trading since 2007 this company designs, manufactures and markets a range of communication and learning support aids for children and young adults with special educational needs. They have an extensive catalogue of materials, most of which they produce internally and supply to the general public, trade magazines, schools and institutions.
Currently trading out of a small rural unit close to their home, the business could easily be relocated since it is mostly conducted over the phone, online or out of catalogues. The premises provide ca 851 sq ft of office/meeting/storage and production space. A new owner could easily house the operation within a double garage and home office.
The business currently generates over £100k turnover including training at good gross margin producing profits ca £55K pa.
We believe that the business would suit a creative individual with an interest in supporting the needs of children and young adults with Autism ADHD, Anxiety and Worry, Self Esteem and Confidence, Sequencing and other special educational needs.
The business is offered with all fixtures and fittings ready to trade, (full list available on viewing) Offers are invited for the company to include all assets and goodwill on a cash free debt free basis.
A full profile is available once a confidentiality & non-disclosure agreement has been signed. All arrangements to view are strictly by an appointment through the offices of City Business Brokers and no approaches whatsoever should be made to the owner or the business.
Enquiries to: David Howard City Business Brokers Northampton O: 01604 385040, M: 07794729634, firstname.lastname@example.org
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