I know what makes an M&A successful. I’ve participated in successful M&As, and I’ve studied successful M&As. But I haven’t seen anyone quantify the key factors in a merger and acquisition until I met John Jullens and learned of the study conducted by Strategy&.Read More
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Why is a valuation important when it comes to selling your business? Let’s look beyond the numbers, folks. Let’s talk about sleepless nights and all-out anxiety for you, the seller. If you want to keep the stress level down, then a valuation can be a great tool.Read More
If you’re on a trajectory to sell or merge your printing company in the next three to five years, you might want to take a look at digital inkjet.Read More
If you are selling your business, your website is the first place a prospective buyer will go to learn about your company. An updated website which also acts as a lead-generating tool is a selling point you can leverage all the way to the bank.Read More
If you have confidential information you want to protect while you are selling your business, what do you do? Choosing the right team of trustworthy advisers is the first step. They will have the expertise to help you navigate the sales process while protecting your privacy.Read More
You might not realize it, but business owners have a lot in common with free agent athletes. Not physically, perhaps, but professionally! If you want to set yourself up for a lucrative end game a.k.a. selling your business, you need to plan far ahead - just like a free agent.Read More
Americans are retiring later in life than ever, says a recent study. The reason why may in part be due to the fact that baby boomers are pushing off retirement. If you’re a business owner trying to avoid a late or nonexistent retirement, prepare to sell your business early.Read More
One thing’s for sure, I wouldn’t have ever sold my business - at least at the price I did - without help from the experts. Yet, business owners are constantly convinced they can tackle the process solo. Here are three comments I frequently hear, and why you’re really hurting yourself in each scenario.
When I started working for my father at Vomela in 1975, I knew virtually nothing about the business. But through the years, he would teach me countless life lessons about owning a company and creating a vision to successfully sell a business.
If you’re new to selling a business, you may not realize some of the legal issues that go with it. That’s why I brought in Terri Krivosha, a strategic business attorney, to shed some light on four key legal topics to consider when selling your business.Read More