Don’t let fear render you complacent when developing your exit strategy! It’s important to understand the economic indicators driving the M&A cycle. Economics aside, there are other considerations, such as whether your business is positioned to attract a buyer or if you’re in the optimal stage of development to go to market.
There are eight drivers we assess when valuing a business during our M&A Advisory process and one of the most important intangible assets that drive value is the human capital, or the leadership and people that create the revenue for a business.
A successful M&A transaction starts with good planning… And as early as possible. Every business owner’s journey does eventually end. You can choose to prepare
Most business owners don’t understand the value of their business and have no idea how to negotiate or structure a deal to mitigate taxes. And, they certainly don’t have access to buyers. So they lock onto the one buyer who calls. A good M&A firm can help.
Only 20-30% of business owners will be successful in executing the sale of their business. Here are three big decisions business owners need to get right when selling their business.
The Mergers and Acquisitions world is waking up as the shock of the pandemic has softened and we are busy guiding clients through the selling process. Many owners want to know “Who do you think will buy my company?” I can’t predict the future but I do know they’ll fall into one of these three categories.
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