Pharmacy Sales-That is what we do at King & King Business Advisors
Interested in selling your Texas pharmacy business? King & King Business Advisors will take the worries and troubles out of selling your pharmacy business. We have a team of Business Brokers ready to help you to accomplish your entrepreneurial goals and objectives.
Having lived in Texas Jim King, the founder of King & King Business Advisors, knows firsthand that Texas is a state with room to grow and a need to grow. States that are in a similar position might want to take a page from the Texas playbook. The idea that if you can attract companies, you can bring jobs, and jobs bring money which is spent or invested in the state.
Where are you located in Texas, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso, Arlington, Corpus Christi, Plano, Laredo, Lubbock, Garland, Irving, Amarillo, Grand Prairie, Brownsville, Pasadena, McKinney, Mesquite, McAllen, Killeen, Frisco, Waco, Carrollton, Denton, Midland, Abilene, Beaumont, Round Rock, Odessa, Wichita Falls, Tyler, Richardson, Lewisville, College Station, Pearland, San Angelo, The Woodlands, Allen, League City, Sugar Land, Longview, Edinburg, Mission, Bryan, Baytown, Pharr, Temple, Missouri, City, Flower Mound, Harlingen, Atascocita, North Richland Hills, Victoria, Conroe, New Braunfels, Mansfield, Cedar Park, Rowlett, Spring, Port Arthur, Euless, Georgetown, Pflugerville, DeSoto, or San Marcos? No matter where, we can help you.
You should also check with the specific city you want to be in to confirm their rules and regulations regarding these types of businesses.
To learn more about the State of Texas laws, rules, regulations and business licensing, go to Texas State Board of Pharmacy website.
A precautionary note about Pharmacy licensing provided by our friends at LicenseLogix
The Pharmacy industry is regulated by both federal and state law. Every state in the country requires pharmacies to be properly licensed before they can legally operate within its borders. The type of pharmacy license required depends specifically on the activity being conducted. License types include, but are not limited to, pharmacy manufacturer license, pharmacy wholesaler license, pharmacy importer/exporter license, pharmacy re-packer license, and pharmacy retailer license. Pharmacy employees are regulated as well, requiring licenses to act as a pharmacy technician, a registered pharmacist, and an intern pharmacist.
Since you have read this far you deserve a prize. If you list your business with us make sure you tell us you found us on the internet and that you want your savings credit. We will credit $1,500 towards your settlement brokerage fee.