Business owners and M&A advisors need to look at how the impact of new entrants or new combinations may change valuations in the future. Analyzing the values of larger public and private companies in the marketplace gives both sides a relative sense for how smaller business might be valued. This blog addresses different circumstances to illustrate this point.
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.
In a recent blog, Michael McGregor talks about how losing great employees can be detrimental to a business. In this video he further explains the importance of keeping high value employees productive and loyal to your business.
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.
As a business owner, making your business sustainable is a growing trend you must pay attention to. This article addresses ways to “go green” while remaining profitable. One way is to source locally. Continue reading to learn more.
Developing a robust managed security offering is a natural way for an MSP to grow. In addition to being a differentiator and one-stop shop for both support and security in the eyes of customers and prospective clients alike, tapping into the managed security market provides access to new, fast-growing revenue streams.
If your goal as an MSP is to top the Inc. 5000 or ChannelE2E’s Top 100 MSPs, there are three strategies to consider.
There's still plenty of room for tire dealerships to expand due to favorable economic and market conditions.