When Is The Preferred Time To Pursue A Transaction?

In most instances, the decision involves three considerations:

  • Company-specific variables
  • Existing market conditions
  • Synergy opportunities with potentially interested parties

Starting and growing a business is tough; exiting it can be even tougher. An owner of a private, mid-market company who is contemplating its sale should execute the process with forethought and precision; the owner should sell for the right reason, have an understanding of value, and be prepared to address a host of financial, operational, technology, and human resource issues during the transaction.

The process can be daunting, especially because achieving goals in running a company — whether it is a long-time family business or established entrepreneurial firm — doesn’t necessarily translate into achieving those goals when selling it.

Pavilion Provides Complete Privacy For Mid-Market Clients

We represent several mid-market firms (value exceeding $10 million) and to protect our clients’ business interests, we do not release any information – unless pre-authorised by our client.

Our process reaches across geographic borders to identify and engage more strategic and investment buyers, than any other firm in North America. This enables higher prices and better terms for the clients we serve.

Owners of mid-market companies face numerous issues and challenges leading up to and during the sale process.

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