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2018 Top 10 Disruptive Trends: Digital Currency Flow

Presently buyers really see the value in controlling the Digital Flow of Currency for all companies. This value that they saw resulted in over $20B in megadeals in 2017. In the Digital Currency space, many of the deals are being completed by PEs. This fact has... Click here to read more

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 09:27
Posted by Robert Griggs, Vice President
2018 Top 10 Disruptive Trends: Data Science Monetization

In the past, data science has focused on reducing costs, dropping unproductive business segments, promoting top performers and otherwise increasing efficiency. The companies that were using data science as a way to improve themselves are now turning it into other ways to make... Click here to read more

Friday, February 16, 2018 - 13:52
Posted by Jim Perkins, Executive Vice President
2018 Top 10 Disruptive Trends: AI Enablement

Since 2012, over 250 companies involved in artificial intelligence have been acquired. Over half of these have been in the last two years - with the vast majority engaged in some aspect of machine learning.

Efficient independent learning, machine or human, employs a... Click here to read more

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 08:57
Posted by Ivan Ruzic, Vice President
2018 Top 10 Disruptive Trends: Smart Logistics Delivers the Goods

Logistics is a huge part of the world economy - $1.6T seen annually in the US and more than $8T globally, with the latter figure expected to top $15T by 2023. This industry is responsible for getting goods and services from those that produce them (suppliers and manufacturers) to those that sell... Click here to read more

Friday, February 9, 2018 - 10:33
Posted by Rob Schram, Senior Vice President
Trust the Process, Not the Tools: What the Delaware Supreme Court Just Said About M&A Valuation

What’s my company worth? As the global leader in private technology company M&A, we get this question more than any other. (Probably more than all other questions combined). Traditional investment banking dogma views valuation as a spreadsheet problem – a question of calculation, usually... Click here to read more

Thursday, December 21, 2017 - 14:52
Posted by Joel Espelien, Vice President, Client Services
Tips for Presenting to Acquirers: Map to your Executive Summary

As we discussed in a recent webcast, the Executive Summary is possibly the most important document you will ever craft in business. You and your adviser need to write a concise, clear... Click here to read more

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 10:25
Posted by Robert Griggs, Vice President
The importance of knowing why you're selling

It is still with some surprise that despite talking to many CEOs about their plans to sell their companies, when it comes down to it, a lack of clarity as to “why”... Click here to read more

Friday, October 20, 2017 - 09:38
Posted by Peter Prince, Vice President
Tips for Presenting to Acquirers: Limit participation to critical team members

As anyone who has been involved with an exit can tell you, presenting to potential acquirers demands a clear, concise, and most importantly, uniform presentation. You may feel like the power-move would be to bring your entire team into meetings, but that would do more harm than good.... Click here to read more

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 11:24
Posted by Jeff Riley, Vice President
Common M&A Misconception: I don’t want to go to market too early

Nathan Rothschild famously said, “I made my fortune by selling too early”.

 

We get it. You believe in your company, your business and your market. You have to have this belief or you (and your company) wouldn’t have gotten this far. This is a good thing, not a bad thing... Click here to read more

Friday, July 28, 2017 - 10:04
Posted by Joel Espelien, Vice President, Client Services
Metrics to keep you up at night
Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 14:40
Posted by Timothy Goddard, Executive Vice President of Marketing

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