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More often than not a middle-market business owner will sell his/her company to a Private Equity (“PE”) firm. The sales price is, obviously, acceptable to the business owner and it is certain that it works for the PE firm. The … Continue reading5 Comments
There are more than a thousand private equity (“PE”) firms that buy middle market companies, then make mostly straightforward and predictable changes, and sell the companies again for double or more what they paid initially. If a PE firm buys … Continue readingLeave a comment
In our prior blog articles, we have discussed the way business owners can achieve dramatic increases in the valuation of their companies by way of two factors: even a slightly higher EBITDA as a % of sales, combined with a … Continue readingLeave a comment
It happens all the time. “Great Company” sells for a great price and “Good Company”, which is another similar company in the same industry, gets a very disappointing valuation. In fact, it is … Continue reading1 Comment