When you are constructing a buyer list, what really goes into the thinking of who to include? What are the buyer list criteria? I have outlined several considerations in "Constructing a Buyer List and Finding the Right Buyer for Your Company," but another way to look at it is as follows: identify companies with an an ability to pay a valuation premium AND an interest in paying such premium.
The Top 11 Reasons a Buyer Will Pay a Premium for Your Company
Takeaway: Finding a buyer that will pay a premium for your company is a major step in realizing a successful sale of a business. Ever wonder why a buyer pays a premium to begin with? In this article, we describe the top 11 reasons a buyer will pay a premium.
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Deal Source Mandates
Industrial Parts Distributor of International Capital Equipment
- Revenue - $4,000,000
- EBITDA - $1,125,000
Vitamins & Supplements eCom - 50% Recurring Revenue - 100% Growth!
- Revenue - $9,266,000
- EBITDA - $3,474,000
This is a sell-side test
- Revenue - $10,000,000
- EBITDA - $1,000,000
Plastics Manufacturer 1205
- Revenue - $26,000,000
- EBITDA - $3,000,000
- Technology to Capture Interactive Imaging for Mobile Advertising and Shopping
- This is a buy side test
- Providing Capital for Private Business Owners with no Equity Dilution
- Manufacturer of Technician Tools and Instruments Seeking Add-on Acquisitions
- Private Equity Firm Seeking Utilities Services Companies in North America
- TEXAS Deals - Established Service Business w/ Retiring Owner
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