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Deal Structures Through the Eyes of an Acquirer
Working on the buy-side means that I not only get to negotiate a deal, but that I also have to put together a realistic financing structure that will get that deal done...
By: John Carvalho | President, Divestopedia Inc.
Company Valuations and Why They're the Wrong Metric for Business Owners
There are volumes of well-written published books, college courses, various professional accreditations, business seminars, webinars, software and an infinite number of...
By: Scott Yoder
The ABCs of Earnouts
What’s an earnout? An earnout is that portion (generally 10–35%) of the purchase price for an acquired business that is contingent upon the business...
By: Jey Arul
Podcast: 6 Key Components of the Entrepreneurial Operating System
In this session, you will learn about:The 6 key components that make up the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS);Simple tools that will help entrepreneurs get what...
By: Josh Patrick
What is an Acceptable Range of Deferred Payment in a Business Sale?
We posed the following question across our social media sites: "What is a common range of deferred payment as a percentage of enterprise value (i.e. seller's note or...
Is Vendor Financing Necessary in a Business Sale?
Last year, we demolished our old Vancouver tear down house. In one of the walls, I noticed the builders had used newspaper as insulation, which explains why we were so...
By: Robert Napoli
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