Find Out What Buyers of
Printing Companies Value Most
You can get a business valuation anywhere. But only with the LaManna Alliance do you get a company valuation and an explanation of how you rank in the eyes of private equity firms and strategic buyers - and what you can do to improve your company’s sales price.
Why It’s Important Your Valuation is Specific
to the Printing and Print-Related Industry
Determining the valuation of a company, particularly in the printing and print-related industries, requires more than just a general commercial appraisal or an online company valuation calculator.
Valuing a business requires an understanding of what buyers are looking for, and what truly drives bottom line value.
With a business valuation from the LaManna Alliance, you’ll get an accurate business assessment coupled with our industry expertise. It will help you understand your financials within the context of the industry, and provide a clear choice for your next strategic move.
Discover How You can get a Valuation Specific
to the Printing and Print-Related Industry!
“I had been approached by a buyer who offered me a price. I had a valuation performed through the LaManna Alliance. It turns out I had undervalued the business by a multiple of 2x! I was about to leave a serious amount of cash on the table. I countered the buyer’s offer — much to my benefit.”
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Use Our Expertise in the
Printing and Print-Related Industries
to Discover Your Company’s True Value
Rock LaManna and the LaManna Alliance have been guiding strategic transitions in the printing and graphics communication industry for over 35 years. We’ve been there, owned, sold, merged, acquired grown, innovated, pioneered, rebuilt and done that.
We’d be happy to help you sell your business, but our real goal is to ensure you are making solid business decisions based on an accurate valuation of your business.
Our pipeline is loaded. We are not desperate for business. Our integrity and love for this industry is what drives our belief that everyone should get a valuation and understand their company’s true value.
It's Why We Are Providing this Special Valuation Offer:
“This valuation confirmed my own internal financials, which allows me to pursue options with extreme confidence.”
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A Company Valuation Reveals
What’s Driving Your Business Multiples
If you’re thinking of selling your business, you probably can’t stop thinking about multiples.
A multiple is a combination of key metrics into a single number. It is used for industry comparisons, and helps investors establish a price when they’re buying a business.
Every business owner dreams of receiving a high multiple when they sell their business - but that’s dependent entirely on a number of industry-specific metrics.
While most business valuations tend to be general in nature, it’s important to work with a trusted valuation partner that can explain what those metrics mean to the printing and print-related industries and their impact on business valuation multiples.
As the LaManna Alliance works with many private equity companies and strategic buyers, we understand exactly what drives an investor’s business valuation formula.
Get a Valuation that Reveals How to Improve
Your Company’s Multiple!
In-depth Article: The Multiple for the Printing Industry is 4
No Matter What Your Goal,
There's Never a Bad Time for a
Even if selling your business isn’t your number one priority, a business valuation can be used to drive your company strategy.
It’s been estimated that the typical business owner may misjudge the value of the business by 59 percent (Source: Spardata). Without an accurate understanding of what your company is worth, you’re forced to make strategic decisions based on faulty data.
With the right data, however, an accurate business valuation can help you :
- Assess your current status
- Guide your retirement planning
- Provide a foundation for negotiations
- Help you provide wealth now and for the future
Get a Business Valuation That
Reveals Your Next Strategic Move!
In-Depth Article: How a Business Valuation Could Help Triple Your EBIDTA
The Valuation of a Company:
Choosing the Right Level of Analysis
When you’re considering a business valuation, the first question you need to ask is what type of a valuation do you truly need.
When it comes to valuing a small to mid-sized business, a more basic valuation - a Calculation of Value - is all you need. It gives you a solid sense of your business, as it includes:
- Financial analysis
- Operational analysis
- Market, industrial and economical analysis
- Summary of valuation methods applied
This data, when compared with your historical statements, adjusted income statement, and a 1, 3 and 5-year projection plan, usually is what investors need to properly evaluate your business.
Get a Business Valuation that’s
Suited to Your Company!
Do You Need an Accredited Appraiser?
We strongly believe you do. An independent, accredited appraiser from a business valuation firm will understand the complexities of a printing and print-related business. Our valuation partners are attuned to all facets of your operation.
A valuation from an accredited, independent appraiser also provides the perfect starting point for negotiations, primarily because these appraisers are unbiased experts. They must follow a strict, uniform process.
Finally, accredited appraisers eliminate the need for a second opinion. Their uniform process reduces likelihood of drastically different numbers. It’s why the LaManna Alliance only partners with accredited appraisers.
Find out how to get a valuation from an accredited appraiser without spending a fortune!
In-Depth Article: 5 Reasons a Credible Valuation Doesn’t Need a Second Opinion
Integrity, Passion and Expertise:
Why So Many Value the LaManna Alliance
As the premier business broker for the printing and print-related industries, the LaManna Alliance has established partnerships and connections with strategic buyers and valuation experts in the industry. And our industry expertise is unsurpassed.
Because of our respect for the industry, we provide complete confidentiality and transparency in all of our operations. It’s this level of trust and integrity which has allowed us to build lifetime relationships with our clients.Rock LaManna is a Designated BBP Industry Expert in Printing and Print-Related Industries, Signage, and Converting Finishing Services.
Rock LaManna is also a published writer and speaker. His column “The Bottom Line” and podcast “The Printer’s Edge” appears in Label and Narrow Web, and he has presented as conferences that include Graph Expo, SGIA Expo, Global Expo, AWA, FESPA International, FSEA, PAF, and ISA.
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