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Brian Knoderer

Brian Knoderer is the President of Sunbelt Business Brokers. He has over 20 years of experience as a business owner and managing business transactions. As a seasoned intermediary, Brian has successfully represented companies in a broad range of industries helping business owners achieve their desired exit strategy or growth initiative.

Brian is also co-owner of Sunbelt Indiana and Managing Director of MMI Capital Partners, a franchisor focused investment banking firm.

Previously Brian was involved in several entrepreneurial ventures as well as having held corporate roles in Franchise Development for Prime Hospitality and Choice Hotels.

Brian is a graduate of Ball State University with a degree in Management Information Systems and earned his MBA from Butler University. He has received the Certified Merger & Acquisition Advisor (CM&AA) designation, holds both the Series 7 – General Security License and the Series 63 – Uniform Securities Licenses, and is a licensed Real Estate Broker. He has been affiliated with several organizations including the Entrepreneur Organization, a Member of the International Business Brokers Association, Venture Club, and a Board Member of The Entrepreneur Institute.

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Do These 4 Things Before You Sell a Thai Restaurant

Fresh and healthy Thai cuisine options aren’t just for Thailand and the coastal cities in California and New York anymore. The popularity of Thai food has spurred these restaurant businesses to take…

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3 Considerations Before Buying a Screen Printing Business

Running a screen printing business can be a profitable endeavor. A lack of major players in the industry and relatively low entry costs create an attractive opportunity. As you consider buying a…

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How to Attract Buyers for Your Business in 4 Steps

If you’re reading this, it’s likely your New Year’s resolution to either exit your business in 2021 or move closer to that final stage. Finding potential buyers is an important step in…

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What You Should Know About Buying a Business During COVID-19

Coronavirus has halted many prospective business buyers’ goals, but truthfully, it doesn’t have to. While the pandemic has introduced significant challenges in many industries, it’s presented unique opportunities in others. Of course,…

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Selling a Business During COVID-19: 3 Pandemic-Proof Industries

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a wave of uncertainty to nearly every type of business in the United States. Large and small business owners were forced to face the question of whether they…

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Buying a Tow Truck Business? Ask These Questions First

In the United States, automobiles break down, get abandoned, and park in unauthorized spots daily. By 2023, it’s projected that the towing services industry will surpass over 7 million dollars in revenue….

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Selling a Food Truck? Read these 5 Tips First

Over the last several years, food trucks have risen in popularity throughout the country. With over 23,000 businesses, it’s not only common to spot them in large cities, like New York and…

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Weighing Your Options: Start a New Business or Buy an Existing One

A new year is on the horizon. If owning your own business is one of your goals for 2021, then it’s valuable to sit down and weigh your options. After all, about…

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