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August 27, 2018

Part of managing any project also means managing risks. Project managers learn to identify, categorize, and effectively respond to risks with experience. While many entrepreneurs might stem from some form of project management experience, many learn to address, manage, and respond to project and business risk through trial and error and experimentation. If you are...

August 27, 2018

In today’s fast-paced, challenging, and highly competitive world, businesses are constantly fighting the good fight to maintain their competitive edge and staying at the forefront of customers’ minds. It’s no secret that technology powers our universe. As a result, many businesses have become tech ventures, capitalizing on opportunities that make them the next new tech...

August 27, 2018

Sizzle sells the steak, but if someone is hungry enough, the sizzle matters less. Today’s cash-flush private equity groups are activefly seeking steak. That is, they are looking for quality deals with solid meat on the bone. In our world that typically translates into companies with large revenues and sizable EBITDA and EBITDA margins. I...

August 27, 2018

The insurance carriers industry is a well branded one that grew at a CAGR of 3.7% over the years of 2012-2017. This industry consists primarily of those businesses and people that sell insurance policies and annuities. Revenues in the insurance carriers industry comes mostly from commissions earned in sale of insurance to customers. This commission...

August 27, 2018

Clients spend a great deal of time vetting their advisors and, rightfully so. Unfortunately, many boutique investment bankers do not spend the same amount of time vetting their clients. Most boutique bankers would consider themselves “industry agnostic” and “opportunistic.” Those are fancy words for non-discerning. It’s the age-old mantra of shooting everything that moves or...

August 27, 2018

If done correctly, selling your business can take a year or more and requires a steady, but controlled hand in guiding the process from start to finish. Sellers often wonder, “why does the process take so long?” Let’s reverse engineer it to show why this is the case. Deal Prep–While a good hustle can shorten...