Category : Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers & Acquisitions: Don’t Get Caught Up in M&A Emotions

2 years ago

Mergers & acquisitions are a high-stakes game of uncertainty. The landscape is ever-changing, there are winners and losers, a lot of the negotiations are zero sum, and once a deal … Read More

Mergers & Acquisitions: The Usual Suspects – Part 3

2 years ago

Part 3: “Hybrid” buyers. In the first two installments of this three-part series, we discussed strategic/industry buyers and financial buyers. Let’s talk about a blend of the two, what we … Read More

Mergers & Acquisitions: The Usual Suspects – Part 2

2 years ago

Part 2: The strategic, financial, and “hybrid” buyer. In the first installment of this three-part series, a discussion regarding the typical types of buyers you’ll run into when you’re selling … Read More

Mergers & Acquisitions: The Usual Suspects

2 years ago

Part 1: The strategic, financial, and “hybrid” buyer. When you decide to sell your business to an outside entity, there are typically three types of buyers you’ll run into: Strategic, … Read More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS: Begin With the End in Mind

2 years ago

It is said that the value of a business is its brand and people. They’re right, but this is a vast oversimplification about what makes a business valuable to an … Read More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS: The “Triple A” Approach to Selling Your Business

2 years ago

We’ve advised you to ignore unsolicited overtures from interested parties. We’ve convinced you now is an opportune time to sell your business. What’s the next step? Surrounding yourself with talented … Read More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS: The Stars are Aligned

3 years ago

It’s hard not to use clichés to describe how good today’s business environment is for companies wishing to sell their lumberyards, distribution centers, or building material companies.

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS: The Trouble with ‘Fishing’

3 years ago

Taking unsolicited calls from those looking to buy your business may feel good, but rarely makes sense.