Selling your business can be an emotional and stressful process. Here’s how to be prepared for what happens after you sell your business.
Selling a business can be intense, but by asking what business buyers want, you’ll be able to prep your business and make the process go smoothly.
Understanding how to determine quality of earnings will help ensure that the valuation being presented is fair and realistic.
Understanding add backs when selling a business is vital, as it will normalize cash flow and increase EBITDA, demonstrating the true value of your business.
A business needs experienced leadership now, and the right individuals who can step up in the future. It’s all about building your bench strength.
When it’s time to sell your business, it’s important to understand the difference between financial buyers and strategic buyers.
Due diligence is important to both buyers and sellers, and both buy-side and sell-side due diligence come with specific benefits and areas of concern.
As the buyer in an M&A transaction, there are specific things you need to know when dealing with distressed transactions.
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