Significant mergers and acquisitions show up in the news constantly, but M&A deals with small to medium-sized businesses looking to do these transactions are even more common and never receive the publicity as often. This is partly because of the actual deal size. However, there are many other reasons the owners of these small-medium businesses want to sell or acquire these transactions without receiving that million-dollar payday. Discussed below will be some of the other reasons why these businesses conduct the transactions necessary to grow or retire their business endeavors.
We often see the typical merger or acquisition occur due to an upcoming retirement by the owner or member of the particular business. As an owner transitions into retirement, the owner may not have a predecessor to leave in charge of the company but instead sells the company to another established company within the same industry. Other owners sell to have more access to the capital once entering into retirement. Having an attorney specializing in M&A transactions will make the transition seamless, offering the help and guidance needed to complete the deal efficiently. Another concern under the umbrella of retirement would be health concerns. Health can deteriorate with age, happening abruptly no matter how old we are. In the event, a health crisis happens would suggest the consideration of an M&A deal take place.
With technology revolutionizing the way communication and capabilities are being done. Relocating can put a strain on the business and its owner(s) like never before. Owners have an onus and responsibility to the company to fulfill in-person meetings and obligations. This can be not easy if the owners move out of the country or even out of the state. This could be the prime opportunity to implement a merger or acquisition to see the best route for the business.
Having a business usually points to competition; there will always be a saturated market in almost every industry. The need to meet customer needs and demands can be challenging if the amount of work is spread thin due to the business in that market ou weighing the potential clientele. Merging with another company can be instrumental in accessing the market to grow your customer base after a merger is completed. Another reason is the desire for expansion, which falls under your customer growth, more outstanding management, and employee infrastructure. Acquiring a smaller company to grow your business or vise versa is a benefit larger companies have due to the superior infrastructure. In addition, they can offer more excellent asset protection and employment opportunities.
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Does one of these reasons apply to you and your current business situation and prospects? Reach out to us to speak and work with an M&A lawyer today. We have a significant Southwest presence but offer our services Nationwide. Enara Law PLLC offers a free initial case consultation and schedules twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Please call us at 602-687-2010 or email us directly at [email protected]