Adrienne Leigh is an experienced entrepreneur with over 25 years of business ownership, consulting, management and franchise experience. She is a Business Transfer Specialist with Murphy Business & Financial Corporation providing business brokerage services to clients in Southeast Texas. She is also a partner in a manufacturing business in Houston. Providing expert help with buying or selling a business, she is a knowledgeable and resourceful Business Broker.
She works with sellers to plan and execute their exit strategies; and she works with buyers to determine if business ownership is right for them and then to find businesses which meet their unique interests, goals, skills, resources and desired income potential. Adrienne also conducts over 50 seminars a year on how to buy and sell a business and has successfully coached hundreds of clients, assisting them to reach their personal as well as professional goals. She is a very successful negotiator, which is vital for win-win company sales resulting in very satisfied company sellers and buyers.
Adrienne has an M.B.A. from the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA and a Masters in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She is the founding president of the Houston Chapter of the Association of Career Professionals, International, and a member of the International Franchise Association. In 2006, she joined the Houston Business Show (650 AM – Monday at noon) as a radio commentator and advisor. She is also the president of Gray Hair Management-Houston and a member of numerous other local organizations. These credentials represent training and background that Adrienne draws on for the success of her clients, to guide and educate them through each step of the business transfer process, and to promote a professional and ethical transaction experience for all parties. She is known for her dedication to her clients, achieving the best price and providing a trouble-free experience for sellers, and also for finding that perfect “fit” and minimizing risk for buyers as they achieve their dream of business ownership.