In this M&A Digest, we delve into why now is the time to sell a business in Canada, why M&A activity will remain strong for the next 18 years and answer common questions from company owners that are interested in selling their businesses.
Being happy at work isn’t just about work. People that are satisfied with their lives all around are more likely to be happy at work. And productivity is positively influenced by good moods, with happy workers being 31% more productive than unhappy ones, according to an infographic from Happify, a company that uses science and technology to empower to lead happier lives.
This information is nothing new, but we always need a little nudge every now and then to remind us to review, reflect, and improve our workplace practices to ensure we’re setting ourand our companies up for success.
We cover must-know information about what business owners need to know about business valuations, retirement planning, working well with business owner siblings, recasting and more. To read the full article, click on the headline.
Today we share lessons an entrepreneur learned from selling his business, mistakes professionals advised their clients to avoid in 1961, and more. Click on the headlines to read the full articles.
Lots of valuable information in this week’s Mergers & Acquisitions Digest. We reveal 5 mistakes to avoid when growing a business, how to overcome HR hurdles, which industry has high M&A activity, and much more.
After we answer a few common questions from private business owners, we take a look at the secretes to a successful business sale, what types of companies are being acquired this year, and celebrate Generational Equity’s M&A Advisor Awards nominations.
You’ve already hired the most promising job candidates using your list of non-negotiables to weed out the bad hires for your entry-level positions. A few months pass. You’re happy with the hiring decisions, and your newer appear satisfied as well. You’ve successfully completed the first hurdle to building a great team. Congrats!
But what’s happens next?
Do you have a process in place to identify and reward those rising stars to increase your chances that they stay on your team? If not, you could lose a future leader and not even know it.
This week we ask business owners if they’re mentally prepared to their companies, answer common questions like “How do private equity firms operate?” and delve into due diligence issues and advantages to partial.
Here are a few common questions about the M&A market:
In today’s edition of the M&A Digest, we answer frequently asked questions about succession planning, due diligence and more, as well as address worldwideand activity, assumptions to avoid when selling a business, and a recent merger of synergies. As usual, follow the links to read the full pieces.