Business Trade Centre
Business Trade Centre is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell online businesses, websites, domains, and apps.
Business Trade Centre is a marketplace online where you can buy or sell online businesses, domains, apps, and websites. It’s one of the most popular platforms for finding the best growing business to buy or sell.
This marketplace provides thorough data on listed internet businesses to buyers, such as traffic, cash flows, statistics, channels, demographics, and more. Our advertising packages make it easy to sell businesses. The Bronze Account is perfect for individuals who want to upload only one listing. The Gold Account is for those who want up to 10 listings. Silver Accounts are highly recommended for those with two local businesses. You pay a single fee for your listing at Business Trade Centre. This means you won’t need to worry about paying monthly. You can be sure that enquiries from legitimate purchasers will be received with each of our ad packages, speeding up your selling process. Each month, we advertise hundreds of businesses for sale by private owners, business agents, accountants and middlemen across England. Entrepreneurs can also purchase troubled businesses or their assets. We publish a daily list of all the companies in administration, liquidation or winding-up in England. Our email alerts give you a daily summary on the SME enterprises that are for sale, and the overall business market. You don’t have to check the site to stay informed.
Business Trade Centre
130 Moordale AvenueBracknell Berkshire RG421THUnited Kingdom
Bracknell () is a large town and civil parish in Berkshire, England, the westernmost area within the Greater London Urban Area and the administrative centre of the borough of Bracknell Forest. It lies 11 miles (18 km) to the east of Reading, 9 miles (14 km) south of Maidenhead, 10 miles (16 km) southwest of Windsor and 25 miles (40 km) west of central London. Originally a market village and part of the Windsor Great Forest, Bracknell experienced a period of huge growth during the mid-20th century when it was declared a new town. Planned at first for a population of 25,000, Bracknell New Town was further expanded in the late 1960s to accommodate a population of 60,000. As part of this expansion, Bracknell absorbed many of the surrounding hamlets including Easthampstead, Ramslade and Old Bracknell.
Neighborhoods in Bracknell, Berkshire
Birch Hill, Bracknell Forest, Easthampstead, Jennett's Park, The Neighbourhood Kitchen - Bracknell, The Warren, Wick Hill
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