Posts Tagged ‘ management consultant ’

7 Rules When Selling a Business to a Strategic Buyer

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7 Rules When Selling a Business to a Strategic Buyer

It can be very appealing for a CEO or business owner to sell their business on their own to a strategic buyer, especially when the CEO has been approached by the strategic buyer. There are other options to selling your business such as selling to a Private Equity firm, but we are going to...
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The Role of Consultants: Excerpts from “The Private Equity Handbook”

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The Role of Consultants: Excerpts from “The Private Equity Handbook”

Per the CEO of a Private Equity-backed Company: I have to say that my own personal opinion of consultants has changed dramatically over the last two decades. As a young guy, I used to joke with a bit of arrogance, “If you can’t do, teach or consult.” Since then, I have totally changed my...
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How to Optimize the Value of Your Company and Sell Your Business at the Highest Price

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How to Optimize the Value of Your Company and Sell Your Business at the Highest Price

Your company is likely to be your most valuable asset. Preparing to sell, optimizing your company’s value and effectively and efficiently selling your business for the best price and terms is paramount for every CEO, President and business owner. CEO Advisor, Inc. is offering an exclusive, one-on-one M&A consultation at no cost. Take advantage...
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Critical Issues in M&A Transactions

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Critical Issues in M&A Transactions

There are several critical issues that should be addressed early on (at the Letter of Intent (LOI) stage or as soon as possible after the execution of a LOI) when negotiating a merger or acquisition transaction. The seller and the acquiring company should consider the following issues when contemplating a transaction. These issues should...
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Gain Bigger Returns

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Gain Bigger Returns

Old models for forecasting sales and profitability may be easy and precise, but those approaches are typically outdated. They’re not going to help you maximize profitability or achieve short and long-term growth. Let’s look at sales, and first decide how many sales people you need to cover your target markets using a familiar formula....
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