An existing operating business, put up for sale, can be divided into 4 categories according to their inherent characteristics of Identity: Small Business (value up to $ 1 million) Medium business (value up to $ 10 million), Big Business (Cost more than $ 10 million) Services (Services) Vulnerability factors (risk) affecting the Business Owner by changing 1) Top management 2) Staff 3) the availability of property 4) finances 5) clients 6) downturn in the industry Comparison Chart in full on Site 'Delomag.RF – Shop businesses' Thus Purchased: * Small Business (the most vulnerable of all factors) should carefully evaluate their capabilities, availability of additional finance or access to financial resources, personnel, customers, markets and competition. * Medium Business – the most profitable for the purchase, usually has a streamlined system * Large Business – for the best deal to understand the situation in the industry and buy on dips in the industry, but not in the business. Least vulnerable to other factors. * Services (Services) – practically buying staff and set up the flow of customers to pay special attention to the lease (over 70% of services operating on the leased space and some equipment), requires virtually no additional large investments. People such as Lord Peter Hennessy would likely agree. Selling businesses is becoming more commonplace in Russia. Sell the big companies that own the factories and small businesses such as cafes or shops. But buying a business, even a well-functioning, may have their own caveats. Someone can solve the problem of change of ownership, but someone has to resell your purchase.