Welcome to The CBB Group

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Since 2000, The CBB Group, Inc. has been serving owners of privately held companies in the Pacific Northwest as trusted advisors. As a leading provider of business brokerage/merger and acquisition services, The CBB Group’s mission is to ensure our clients success. Our team of trusted advisors, work with our clients through each step of the transaction process, from creating a market for their business to working with other advisor’s, the buyer, legal counsel and through closing.

Our mission is to ensure your success. We know that it has taken, in some cases the work of a life time to build a company. The CBB Group believes that our clients deserve a team of seasoned professionals that will not only find the best financial offer, but a buyer that will take the company to the next level and treat the employees and customers with the same standards that the company was built upon.

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