Print business owners who don't know M&A secrets will be at a disadvantage during a sale. In this episode of the Printer's Edge Podcast, Rock LaManna and Ken Okel pull back the curtain on how mergers and acquisitions firms work and how certain policies can cost you big bucks.
Some of the M&A secrets include:
- Why it's worth paying a lawyer to look at the contract.
- How exclusivity can be negotiated.
- How a tail could really hurt your bottom line.
- Why you must define the timeline and objectives.
- How chemistry and trust should feature in the deal.
The more you know, the more you'll be empowered during an M&A deal.
About The Printer's Edge Podcast
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Additional LaManna Alliance Resoures
- Our 2018 Print Industry Predictions
- Why is a Valuation So Important?
- A 50 Year Label Industry Success Story
- A Metalic Ink Printing Breakthrough
Making a Difference
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