Established in 1979, Transworld Business Advisors is the leading Business Brokerage franchise in the world. Transworld currently has more than 6,000 businesses listed for sale by over 600 business brokers working from 250 independently owned and operated franchise office locations on almost every continent. Transworld is owned by The United Franchise Group, which turned Transworld into a franchise 15 years ago. Transworld has become UFG’s biggest success ever in their 50 years of developing franchises, and is consistently ranked by Entrepreneur magazine and others as the #1 business brokerage franchise in the world.
Fullerton is dedicated to helping buyers find the right business or franchise for their future, and helping those with mature businesses prepare their business for sale and find the right buyer. He worked in farming and construction in his youth, earned Bachelors and Master’s Degrees from the University of Kansas and is technically certified in computer networking. He has more than twenty years’ experience in senior management positions, working with educators and businesses as an executive manager and entrepreneur. Fullerton formerly served as Executive Director of the Kansas Association for Career and Technical Education, Administrative Manager for the Midwest Roofing Contractors Association, Executive Vice President for the National Frame Building Association, General Manager for Astro Buildings, Inc. and President of Heartland Perma-Column and Ad Infinitum Limited Company. Fullerton enjoys scuba diving, fishing, camping and Boy Scout activities with his kids. He and his wife, Traci, have three children and reside in Bellevue, Nebraska.
Current Memberships and Qualifications:• Accredited Business Intermediary
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