You've built a uniquely valuable asset in your software company, but how do you convey that unique value to a buyer? How do you get a buyer to seriously consider acquiring your company? In today's fast-paced world of tech M&A, buyers don't have time for drawn out "books" of information. The best tool for reaching them is a clear, succinct Executive Summary document that clearly outlines the opportunity created by acquiring your company.
But how do you write such a document? What are the pitfalls to avoid? How do you balance a need for brevity with a description of your complex technology and company? Find out as Corum's dealmakers discussed 10 Rules for Writing an Executive Summary That Sells.
From identifying the right acquirer and positioning our company to get their attention, to completing due diligence, Corum managed the M&A process carefully yet aggressively to get a deal done. Corum was there for us throughout this entire process and I wouldn't consider any M&A activity in the future without first seeking their assistance.