Rogerson Business Services
Andrew Rogerson currently holds two credentials from the M&A Source. The first is the M&AMI or Mergers and Acquisition Master Intermediary and the second is the CM&AP or Certified Mergers and Acquisition Professional.
Andrew also holds the Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) designation which is jointly administered by the M&A Source and International Business Brokers Association (IBBA.)
Andrew has also earned the Certified Business Broker (CBB) designation from the California Association of Business Brokers.
Andrew holds a Certified Machinery and Equipment (CMEA) designation from the NEBB institute. He also holds a Certificate of Taxation from Los Rios Community College and has a Broker's License with the California Bureau of Real Estate (01861204).
As the President of Rogerson Business Services in Sacramento, CA, Andrew assists his clients with both selling and buying businesses.
Since 1983, Andrew has owned and operated five businesses. At just 27 years old, he bought his first business, an international travel agency. With hard work resulting in increased sales, Andrew sold the travel agency just two years later for 2 1/2 times the original purchase price.
Andrew's next venture involved owning and managing two retail office equipment/furniture stores, followed by a wholesale travel and tourism company based in Los Angeles that had an annual turnover of $10,000,000. More recently, Andrew and his wife Anne owned an executive suites business in Fair Oaks, CA. Anne operated this business while Andrew worked as an outsourced program manager at the Roseville campus of Hewlett Packard. At HP, Andrew managed a team of 42 employees, deploying a new global call center and support team that included Web developers, technical writers and trainers.
Andrew attended La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, his native country, and recently completed studies in Business Valuation and Appraisals, Business Brokerage and Taxation. Andrew enjoys flying (he is pursuing his pilot's license) and SCUBA diving as well as sports and politics.