Serious mistakes made while businesses are still profitable may cause restructuring needs.
Selling a business — Part III:
We can market the deal after preparing the business for sale. We shall bring the opportunity to the market maintaining control of the process and the distribution of information, while motivating bidders along parallel paths on a level playing field in case of a broad or restricted auction, or even limiting it to an individual process, according to your requirements.
Selling a business — Part II:
Let’s prepare for sale. In M&A criteria and timeline we didn’t go into details. And now we won’t tell you here to increase the value of your business before selling it, as we assume that you have been doing it up to now as well as you could and planned the exit. If however, the structure is not adequate to properly function without the owner or presents other issues, we should go back one step and do the preliminary homework. If somebody else just might do it better, it opens a chance and confirms the right time to sell.