Linda Rose recently spoke with Rob Spee on the Channel Journeys podcast, offering advice for getting acquired and discussing her path writing her book, Get Acquired for Millions.
RoseBiz Inc. founder Linda Rose recently sat down with Jennifer Tribe and the Frankly MSP podcast at Auvik Networks to discuss M&A and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on deals.
We thought it would be helpful to look at some key considerations when navigating PPP during an M&A deal, and how a PPP loan can potentially affect a deal.
Here are the top 12 most common acronyms you will most likely hear in an M&A transaction:
Turnkey Technologies, Inc., a St. Louis-based Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM provider recently sold its managed cloud services division, Turnkey Cloud Services, with the help of RoseBiz Inc.’s consulting services for Mergers and Acquisitions.
Tidestone Solutions, an award-winning Microsoft Dynamics ERP consulting firm since 1995, recently sold its Dynamics ERP practice with the help of RoseBiz Inc.’s consulting services for Mergers and Acquisitions.
With a plethora of data and surveys out in the marketplace regarding the economy and how the Coronavirus will affect the stock market and future company valuations, it’s hard to really understand how this will impact technology partners, after all, most surveys are not targeted to channel partners. Ernst Young published a survey
Kraft MS Dynamics ERP Practice Gets Acquired with Help from RoseBiz M&A Advisor Services. Whether you are trying to sell your company now, or in the near-future, RoseBiz Inc., can help you prepare your business to get the highest valuation possible when you’re ready to sell.
Why sell a business now? The economy is hot today, but selling a business can take about three years. Selling today might help you let the good times roll in the future. Don’t wait until the next recession to sell or you may find your self selling at an economic low point. While predictions for 2020 and 2021 are rosy, no one is really predicting beyond that.
As you contemplate selling your company, understanding the key difference between Strategic and Financial buyers early on can help you determine which buyer is more aligned to your goals and which buyer will best meet your long-term objectives.