Sudbury Business Executive,
President of New England Business Brokers
Westborough, MA – December 2, 2015 - At a recent meeting of the Board
of Directors, Peter Goodman, President, of Goodman and Company Business Brokers in Sudbury, MA, was elected to the position of
President of the New England Business Brokers Association (NEBBA). Business brokers are the intermediaries for owners who want to buy or sell a businesses.
Business broker transactions – mainly geared to brokering sales of mid-sized and small businesses – are valued at more than $1.5 billion per year and affect the economic well-being of thousands of communities in the United States and around the world.
Goodman was elected President after demonstrating a commitment to NEBBA's educational and organizational objectives, which benefit the New England business brokerage community.
Peter Goodman had previously received the prestigious Certified Business Intermediary (CBI®) designation during IBBA Conference for Professional Development in Las Vegas, NV in 2010.
As the singular business broker’s professional association in New England, NEBBA advances the professional development of its member brokers, educates potential clients about the value of broker services, and promotes the highest possible standards of ethical conduct. NEBBA sponsors local educational programs and conferences and cooperates with state and local business communities.
Additional information is available from Peter Goodman by telephoning 508-395-1988. He is available on a continuing basis as a source of information and comments about developments affecting the efficient, economical and profitable transfer of business ownership and on economic trends affecting the business community.
About NEBBA: Originally formed over 20 years ago, the New England Business Brokers Association is the largest local non-profit association operating exclusively for the benefit of people and firms engaged in the various aspects of business brokerage and mergers and acquisitions.