Up this week: a look atplanning basics, two issues that could negatively impact your company’s valuation, the story behind the sale of a software company, a case study looking at a private equity acquisition, and more.
Having an exit plan is the key to securing the greatest return on your business. How do you get started?
Business owners are usually unaware of how two key issues can negatively impact the market value of their business.
“A few months ago I had the privilege of interviewing a Generational Equity client for one of our testimonial reference videos. Robert Evans Jr. was co-owner of MealTracker Dietary Software, an SaaS program designed to help kitchen staffs in long-term care facilities provide meals in compliance with each resident’s individual dietary needs. Evans, along with his father and brother-in-law, were the three owners of the business, and his story really resonated with me for several reasons.”
There are many things business owners can do to make their company buyer-ready, but if asked to narrow it down to one, it would be: Get your financials in order.
To examine how private equity firms operate in the- whether they build and buy, or buy and break up – we take a look at an acquisition by Pfingsten.
How was private equity involved in the middle market? PitchBook’s annual review of middle market PE activity provides insights for business owners.
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