Helping Entrepreneurs Buy And Sell Remarkable Companies In Nashville

Thinking About Selling Your Business In Nashville?

Home to legendary country music, delicious food, and music venues like the Grand Ole Opry stage and radio, Nashville is one of the most popular cities in the United States. And due to its high foot traffic and commercial relevance, it’s also home to thriving businesses.

If you’re considering selling your Nashville business but aren’t sure how to get started, you should reach out to Raincatcher. Our expert team of entrepreneurs understands what it takes to build a business from the ground up and sell it for maximum value.

We put firsthand experience to the test and make the selling process as simple as possible, so you don’t have to worry about:

  • Knowing how much your business is worth.

  • Understanding when it’s time to sell your company.

  • Finding interested buyers and pitching your business to them.

Our Nashville business brokers are experts in their field and would be happy to help you sell your company for the best price possible.

When you work with our team, you’ll leave the process with satisfaction and peace of mind.

Interested in Buying a Business in Nashville?

Whether you love country music, down-home southern cuisine, or just want to get your entrepreneurial feet wet in one of the highest-performing metropolitan areas in the country, there are many reasons to buy a business in Nashville. But you don’t have to go through the process alone!

Here at Raincatcher, we specialize in matching buyers with businesses that are perfect for them. During the buying process, we will:

  • Guide you through the pre-buying questions, helping you identify the types of businesses you should search for.

  • Walk you through the due diligence process for evaluating potential businesses you might buy.

  • Identify and connect you with companies that fit your needs.

We pride ourselves on personalized, custom, and honest advice with every Nashville brokerage client.

Nashville Exit Planning Services

Do you want to sell your company but aren’t ready to take the leap? Raincatcher can help you plan your exit strategy today, so you can sell your business when you’re ready. There’s no need to rush! Our exit planning services can help Nashville companies:

  • Get an honest valuation of their business.

  • Turn their business into a ready-to-sell enterprise.

  • Uncover, fix, and enhance the qualities that make their business attractive to buyers.

Connect with a Nashville Broker

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Cameron Bishop

Managing Director - Midwest

Cam has over 40 years of executive-level business experience covering a broad array of business scenarios involving start-ups, product line extensions, organic growth, international business, mergers & acquisitions, deal integrations as well as business reorganization and digital transformation. In his early career, he began as a copywriter for a $7 million company and rose through the ranks to serve as CEO for this same company that grew to $400 million in revenue and $100 million in EBITDA profits with 2000 employees located in 23 U.S. cities and several foreign countries. From there, he launched a company in partnership with JP Morgan Chase Bank's Private Equity group that grew from $0 to $120 million in under 4 years.

He has since served as a partner in a consulting firm specializing in exit and transition planning and led a business turnaround and digital transformation under contract for the board of directors of a $60 million 501c3 company. But, his real passion remains in M&A since, over the years, he has executed 40 buys-side and 20+ sell-side deals and has seen many business owners who were improperly represented which resulted in them leaving their businesses with less value than they should have. He has a passion for helping business owners achieve their financial goals with proper support and representation, so he is thrilled to have an opportunity to do this each and every day with Raincatcher.

Cameron Bishop of Raincatcher is a registered representative offering securities and investment banking services through Britehorn Securities, a registered broker-dealer (member FINRA/SIPC).

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Mark Halma

Senior Broker

Mark Halma has been a deal-maker since he began his professional career. He has spent time working for organizations across multiple industries and phases such as tech start-ups, Fortune 100 consulting companies, and business brokerage firms. This array of experience has made Mark a savvy business-minded individual who enjoys working with organizations of all backgrounds and situations. As a Senior Broker at Raincatcher, Mark is passionate about helping business owners navigate the exit process, ensuring maximum value and return for all the hard work they’ve put in. He understands the value of a strong partnership and has a track record of delivering successful outcomes for clients. Mark has been a part of deal teams that have transacted over $400m in assets.

Mark was a student-athlete at Loyola University of Chicago, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Quinlan School of Business. As someone who truly believes in giving back, Mark is an active volunteer with Denver Kids Inc, and works with the elderly through Volunteers of America. When Mark isn’t working on deals, he can be found enjoying time with his wife, Sophie, and their daughter.

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Andy Henderson

Andy Henderson

Business Broker

Andy is an Associate Broker at Raincatcher in the Midwest Division with a strong business sense and an entrepreneurial spirit. Andy has over 15 years of experience with a Big Four public accounting firm. He has specialized in providing audit, technical accounting and advisory services to public and private companies in the technology, retail, and consumer industries.

Andy has strong technical skills including SEC rules and regulations, U.S. GAAP, revenue recognition, leases, sale-leaseback, business combinations, pro forma financial statements, carve-out financial statements, income taxes, stock compensation, and fair value accounting. Andy has significant experience with business acquisitions, financial due diligence and their integration into the acquiring companies. Andy has managed several public market debt and equity transactions, including the coordination with clients’ external SEC counsel and underwriters, review of applicable registration statements and pro forma financial information, as well as the issuance of comfort letters.

He holds an active Minnesota CPA license.

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