Brandy Wu

Level 36, 1 Farrer Place
Australia, Sydney, NSW 2000
Brandy Wu is a Sydney business broker of the well-known Transworld Business Advisors St George business brokerage company who helps people sell their business in Sydney, and nearest regions. Contact us today if you would like to Sell Or Buy Businesses $500K To $100M In Revenue; Transworld Business Advisors (TBA) are multi-award winning global M&A Advisory and business brokerage firm, providing innovative methods in selling, buying for companies and businesses from $500K to $100M in revenue.;Since commencing business over 35 years ago, we has grown to become the world's largest business brokerage group. With over 130 offices in US, Australia, Canada, UK, India, South Africa and UAE. And at the moment, more than 3,000 businesses for sale by us worth over $1 billion. We have the expertise and market reach to assist you.;We're the go-to firm for anyone looking to buy or market a business for sale. Whether you represent an acquisition-minded corporation or are personally interested in owning your own company or new franchise, we offers the professional services that successfully bring buyers and sellers together, and manage all transactions from inquiry through to final sale to ensure we achieve the best value solution in good time.;Alternatively, if you are looking to expand your business we can develop your business into a successful franchise.;We maintain the highest ethical standards and are proud members of the International Business Brokers Association, the International Franchise Professionals Group as well as the NSW Business Chamber, St George Business Chamber;Brandy Wu, has a long and successful financial consulting career, and is qualified CPA and holds an accounting degree. She has maintained a solid track record of completing successful transactions that have delivered outstanding value for business owners across a broad range of industries.;Masato Fujikawa, a 15+ years geographic expansion strategist Including cross-border M&A in Indo-Pacific region, post-acquisition integration, and organic growth.;