Donlan and Quandt join ROI Corp. Weymouth, Mass. brokerage office

April 14, 2011 - Front Section

Vicki Donlan, ROI Corp.

Peter Quandt, ROI Corp.

Weymouth MA ROI Corp. has added two experienced business brokers to its Weymouth office.
Vicki Donlan was formally with another national brokerage firm before joining ROI. She is well known as the co-founder of the South Shore Woman's Business Network. She is an author, business coach and former newspaper owner and publisher.
She brings her vast business experience to ROI to assist clients in the valuation, purchase or sale of a business. She will be working in the South Shore area. ROI president Gary Rayberg said, "We are lucky to have Vicki on the ROI team. She brings a high level of experience to serving our client base."
Donlan said, "I look forward to the opportunity of sharing the ROI valuation expertise with my clients in the exit planning stage."
Peter Quandt joins ROI after several years with a national business brokerage firm. He has extensive experience with telecommunications and other high tech companies and this is one of his areas of focus. Quandt has an MBA from Georgetown and has sold many different types of companies over the years. He will be focusing in Metro West and Rhode Island helping companies with business valuation services and business brokerage. Rayberg said, "Peter is an outstanding addition to our staff due to his experience and proven track record."
Quandt said, "I am looking forward to working with the strongest business brokerage firm in New England and filling a void in metro west for our clients"
ROI is a leading New England business brokerage and business valuation firm serving Mass., N.H. and R.I. ROI serves main street and middle market companies across most industries. They are members of the International Business Brokers Association, Business Brokers Alliance of New England, and employ members in good standing of the Institute of Business Appraisers and the New England Business Brokers Association where Rayberg is the vice president.


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