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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

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Friday, July 28, 2017 - 10:04
Posted by Joel Espelien, President
Metrics to keep you up at night
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Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 14:40
Posted by Timothy Goddard, Executive Vice President of Marketing
Common M&A Misconception: Preparation starts when you decide to sell

When should you start preparing to sell your company?

 

It’s a common question, but one that has major implications on the future of your business and success of an exit. If you’re at the point where an exit seems like the next logical step, you shouldn’t wait any longer... Click here to read more

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Friday, July 14, 2017 - 11:36
Posted by Nina Seghatoleslami, Vice President, Client Services
Common M&A Misconception: I already know my buyer

In today’s highly competitive market, it is easy to envision a future in which a large competitor comes knocking on your door, aggressively pursuing an acquisition of your company. As we’ve said before, however, this never leads to an optimal outcome. The buyer that you think would make a... Click here to read more

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Friday, July 7, 2017 - 09:56
Posted by Jim Perkins, Executive Vice President

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quotesAs far as the Corum people are concerned, you will find that every single one of them down to the secretary are extremely professional. They know how to deal on your behalf and they are great at negotiating. Ultimately they structured an excellent deal for us. I will say this, would I do another transaction with the Corum people? Absolutely.quotes

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