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Selling Tuition Business

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by MathSci, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. MathSci

    MathSci New commenter

    I run a tuition centre in Harrow and have decided to sell up and move overseas. Where do I start?
  2. BG54

    BG54 New commenter

    You're running a tuition centre as a business and you have no idea who is likely to be interested in buying it?

    Do any of the larger tuition companies lack a presence in your catchment area? If so, it may be worth testing the water with them. Alternatively one of your similar-sized competitors may be interested in expanding their operation.
    Newstein likes this.
  3. gainly

    gainly Established commenter

    You could ask if any of your tutors would be interested in taking over the business.
    Newstein likes this.

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