Listen up, if you are really serious about selling your company for the highest price, then you really need to understand what a Quality of Earnings Report is (also known as Q of E). I didn’t do this for the sale of my previous company, and wish I had.
How Long Does an M&A Transaction for an IT Business Really Take? Honestly, I get this question a lot! And my answer is….. it depends on who the buyer is and how well you know them. Find out more.
Getting ready to sell your company? 90% of transactions I’ve worked on in the last two years have included an earn-out. Here are 5 tips to help you get the best possible terms and create a win-win for you and your buyer when finalizing your sale agreements.
I didn’t hire an M&A advisor, but in hindsight it was probably one of the worst mistakes I made! Why didn’t I engage an advisor? I didn’t want to pay out any more of my proceeds and I was already paying a good chunk in legal fees.
Pioneer B1, an Arizona based SAP Business One Gold Partner, was recently acquired by platform provider, Sapphire Systems, after enlisting the Mergers & Acquisitions advisory services of RoseBiz Inc.
Predictions for M&A. Don’t be surprised if the volume of calls from PE firms increases. CEO’s are ready to move forward with their future plans. Valuations will increase even more for companies who did not see a drop in revenue in 2020. Large mega (international) conferences are dead for the near future.
Buyers will pay more for companies that have “recurring” revenue. But what about “repeat” revenue? And what really is the difference? Then, let’s not forget about “renewal” revenue and what value it may still have.
The question most sellers are concerned about which is Capital Gains and the likelihood that they will increase under the Biden administration, or more immediately in 2021.
When is the “Right” Time to Sell Your Company? As an M&A advisor, I get asked this question all the time. And as a former CEO of two technology channel partner businesses, it was a question I asked myself all the time.
UPDATED A couple of years ago, after selling my last company, I wrote this post on “adjusted EBITDA”. In my initial blog post, contained herein, I listed a number of adjustments to EBITDA as it pertained to my business and typical adjustments in general. Fast forward a couple of years, and a few transactions I …