The global pet industry has grown dramatically in recent years, despite the downturn in the world economy, driven by increased adoption rates, humanization trends among owners, and e-commerce penetration. The industry has proven to be largely recession-resistant while underlying trends support continued growth in the future, regardless of overall economic conditions.
This white paper explores the discusses growth trends in e-commerce and what’s behind the recent growth. Additionally, we will examine recent trends in e-commerce company valuations, what’s driving them, and how companies are valued.
The U.S. has lost millions of jobs over the past three decades to Asia. A decent amount of the production of cars, electronics, textiles and other things has relocated.
A must read for Home Healthcare and Hospice Agency Owners. We examine the key factors that have come together like a perfect storm to create the major industry consolidation currently underway. A unique window of opportunity now exists where eager buyers and motivated sellers can complete win/win deals. Private equity firms and strategic investors are interested in acquiring agencies to expand their home healthcare and hospice businesses at the same time sellers are dealing with the operational challenges created by the recent shift to the Patient Driven Grouping Model. This has led to a record level of deal activity during the first eight months of 2021.
It's no secret that the U.S. has lost millions of jobs over the last three decades, about five million jobs since 2000. The U.S. used to dominate manufacturing of cars, electronics, textiles and other products. Both low and high tech manufacturing jobs have been relocating to mostly Asian countries, especially China. Although this has been an important issue for decades, it has taken on added importance recently due to three main events ...
The first quarter of 2021 delivered 38 reported behavioral health transactions, an increase over any quarter in 2020. We expect some of this activity reflects deals that were delayed due to COVID-19. However, we generally expect high deal flow throughout 2021, supported by increasing private equity interest, a favorable government, and a seller pool that is ready to transact.
Designed to help physician owners considering a sale to private equity, this paper examines the key questions common to our initial client conversations. The learnings apply to all practice verticals from ophthalmology .. to gastroenterology .. to dermatology. Topics include: The Best Time to Sell, Determining the Best Buyer, The Private Equity Investment Model, Calculating Adjusted EBITDA for Medical Practices, Practice Valuation and Multiples, How to Get Associate Physicians to Buy-in.
The M&A market for companies in the Salesforce Partners program is reaching a critical inflection point. Competition is growing more intense, as the number of available firms shrinks, raising already-high valuations for those that remain independent. At the same time, proposed capital gains tax hikes make it imperative for potential sellers to consider doing deals as soon as possible.
In the short 10 months since ServiceNow announced the expansion of its partner program and industry-aligned solutions in May 2020, Partners have benefited from rapid growth in the ServiceNow category. Furthermore, as most IT projects move to a virtual environment in the post-COVID-19 era, ServiceNow has emerged as the preferred IT service management (ITSM) platform for enterprise IT departments.