Summer is the time to relax, but it is also a time for us to sharpen our minds and think about how to be more strategic in our business. Therefore, whatever reading we do engage in should be quick, easy, and impactful.
Add-on acquisitions are on the rise, and it doesn’t look like they’re slowing down. If you’re considering selling your small to mid-sized company in the next few years, this is great news.
Here is a scenario I see time and time again…. The owner has been running the company successfully for 20+ years and is now thinking about exiting. They share with the prospective buyers that they want to exit shortly after the sale. Buyer response……. Who is your 2iC and can they run the business?
This due diligence request list will help you understand what documents are required for due diligence and when a buyer is requesting too much info.
Biden’s proposal for taxing capital gains as ordinary income has the potential to have a huge impact on investors, especially those with a relatively big investment in the stock or bond markets.
the majority of acquisitions today (and last year) for technology service providers have been either tuck-in or bolt-on acquisitions. More on those in a minute. But what about an Add-on acquisition?
I thought it would be worth talking about the different types of acquisitions we are seeing in the marketplace with technology service providers. Platform, Add-on, Tuck-in, Bolt-on
There are forms of concentration such as vendor, geographic, industry and employee concentration that can also affect valuations depending on your size. Let’s take a look at them in detail.
High customer concentration occurs when a single customer or client accounts for 10% or more of your revenue, or when your largest four to five customers account for 25% or more of your revenue. Find out why this is bad and how to avoid it.
Listen up, if you are really serious about selling your company for the highest price, then you really need to understand what a Quality of Earnings Report is (also known as Q of E). I didn’t do this for the sale of my previous company, and wish I had.