For the past five years, we have taught a course at Harvard Business School that prepares students to search for, purchase, and run a small business. The course is always taught in the spring term of the second year of the two-year program, and indeed, as graduation looms, our students have to decide whether they will look for a company to buy and, if so, when to do it.
"You Should Consider Buying a Small Business. But When?" is from hbr.org, published on February 15, 2017.
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