Listing ID: 79295
People who could NOT walk are now walking thanks to this technology. It changes lives and so can you!
This product makes a significant change in the lives of its customers. Years of testing, design, and fees just to get to the market.
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Founder invested nearly $2MM in patents, design, and testing. Tons of very delighted users.
Can be run from almost anywhere. Family health and Covid pushing owner to find a new leader to serve more folks in need with their product line.
Over the decades, this company has been used successfully worldwide in a broad spectrum of outpatient, inpatient, poly-trauma, rehab, educational and home-enriched environments.
Many clients are getting on their feet again for the first time in the months, years, or even decades since experiencing disability.
- Asking Price: $680,000
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- Established: 2015
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- Total Number of Employees:1
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Can be moved anywhere. Financing may be possible.
Owner will provide two weeks of transitioning but could stay longer with reasonable fee.
Family health matter
This business offers you the brand, the systems, and an amazing product to make a great living while helping others change lives. Success is ultimately in the hands of the owner/operator.
Ready to take to the next level. 1. We have done all the hard and costly product development and missionary work.All the technology and patents in place. Proven process. Very satisfied customers. 2. We only had limited exposure to the market while the product was gaining popularity. 3. We can show a success model from our limited internet access between 2012-2019 was way above normal for the industry.
The company was established in 2015, making the business 7 years old.
Why is the Current Owner Selling The Business?
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Existing Debts and Future Obligations
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Understanding the Customer Base, Competition and Area Demographics
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