Create a Liquidity Event at Maximum Business Value
Our mergers & acquisitions service assists small to medium-sized privately held businesses ranging from $3 million to $50 million in value, including family owned companies. Based in Vancouver, BC, Canada, we have an international business network of buyers and resources for your benefit.
Our mergers & acquisitions service team understands privately held businesses and their challenges. Whether you’re selling your business now or transitioning in the future, we can guide you through the process so you can focus on what you do best – continuing to run your business.
Preparing a business for sale is a specialized and complex process requiring the skills of an expert intermediary. We provide practical solutions to achieve your exit goals, as well as strategic analysis and advice on your Exit Plan. We work hard to help you create a liquidity event at maximum business value, while minimizing risks.
We understand the inner workings of how to maximize the value of a business for sale by providing the perspective of a buyer. We can help you determine the best business exit strategy, develop specific marketing materials, and actively market your business to find the right buyers. This includes buyers in our extensive database and around the world. To help you with selling your business, we can also help you get started with our Exit Plan.
Our 7-Step Exit Plan is developed to help determine the best means to exit ownership. A “living document” is prepared to identify the desired outcomes and exit strategies that can be adapted to potential changes. Many owners think exit strategy planning starts when they decide to sell the business. However, there are events that can trigger a forced exit. These include a sudden market change, death, illness, divorce, or family issues. Using an Exit Plan is critical to minimize these risks and to ensure the success of all potential exit options.
We take your privacy and the security of your company seriously. Selling a business is a sensitive issue. Depending on your current situation, you may not want your employees, suppliers, customers, banks, or competitors to know you are selling your business. We take the following steps to protect your confidentiality:
• Provide an initial summary to prospective buyers, without the name, location, or specifics of your business.
• Have prospective buyers sign a confidentiality agreement before we provide additional details.
• Customize our marketing approach based on your specific needs and goals.
• We never represent both the buyer and the seller in the same transaction.
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