John W. Grady, a FOCUS Managing Director located in Austin, Texas, has executive and operating experience in consumer goods, pet/animal goods, hospitals/medical practices, franchises, computer hardware, enterprise software, telecoms, outsourced sales services, digital marketing, sales and marketing management, and agencies. He serves FOCUS clients across many industries with merger and acquisition opportunities, with a special focus within Texas.
You have spent years building your company. Time, energy and money, all in significant amounts have been put into the effort. Now you are starting to decide what to do going forward. There are generally three possible paths here and only you can decide which is right for you.
When buying or selling a company, the team you choose is critical to your success. Understanding the three main groups you should consider is equally important. Continue reading to understand the differences between M&A advisors, business brokers, and investment banks.
To ensure maximization of value and key objectives being met on the sell side, an investment bank and its team of trained professionals is retained. This blog continues to discuss the process detailing the three steps in order to close the deal.
Buying a company or selling a company is a major undertaking for all involved, including owners, shareholders, management, employees, and all other stakeholders. It is intense, time-consuming and can be costly if not done well. This blog continues to discuss the process of finding a target.