The International Business Brokers Association (IBBA) is a trade association of business brokers providing education, conferences, professional designations, and networking opportunities.
Formed in 1983, IBBA is the largest non-profit association specifically formed to meet the needs of people and firms engaged in various aspects of business brokerage, and mergers and acquisitions.
Today, the IBBA has more than 1,500 members in all parts of the world.
The IBBA strives to create a professional relationship with successful business transactions advisors (i.e. CPA’S, bankers, attorneys, and other related associations), to increase the image and value of the IBBA to its members and to be the leader in the exchange of business referrals. Visit www.IBBA.org.
A Certified Business Intermediary, or CBI, is an experienced Certified Business Broker who has attained the expertise to perform a detailed business valuation, knows how to confidentially market your business for sale, understands SBA financing, negotiations, and deal management. A CBI keeps all parties engaged and manages the transaction all the way to the closing table.
Texas Association of Business Brokers (TABB) is the oldest business brokerage trade association in the country formed in 1979. Its members are either business brokers themselves or are individuals and companies that provide services to sellers, buyers or brokers such as bankers, accountants, attorneys, financial planners, tax professionals, exit planners, insurance salesmen and many other business professionals.
TABB’s broker members represent both business sellers and buyers. Tabb broker members assist sellers of privately held businesses in locating buyers for their businesses via sale, merger and acquisitions of all types. Members also represent or assist buyers in their search for businesses to purchase. Visit Texas Association of Business Brokers at www.tabb.org.