Steps to Selling your Business Part 4. You have decided. It is time to sell your business. You have answered the critical questions: Who will advise me on the selling of my business? Why am I thinking of selling my business? Why am I thinking of selling now? What am I going to do next? […]
Steps to Selling your Business Part 3. You are giving serious thought to selling your business but are in uncharted territory. In this series, we have already identified several important points to consider before you initiate that process. However, you should think through this process strategically with an expert Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) advisor who […]
Steps to Selling your Business Part 2. Why? Every parent will remember that inquisitive, sometimes annoying question coming from your three-year-old from the backseat of the car “but why?” Seldom is that question met with a straight answer; often it is answered with an eye roll or an “I don’t know sweetie, good question.” It is […]
Thinking about selling your business? You have to choose the right experts to walk through the process with you. In this article we give you a piece of advice that is crucial in choosing your M&A Advisors well.
Stillwater Capital, a leading transportation and logistics M&A advisory firm, is pleased to announce that it served as exclusive advisor to Transportation Specialist’s Group, Inc. (TSG) in its sale to Transportation Insight, LLC in September 2019. TSG, headquartered in Suwanee, Georgia, provides technology-enabled transportation management services to help clients save money and drive efficiencies throughout their […]
For many clients, the time between first thinking about selling their business and walking in our door is several years. This interval can be important in maximizing your selling price, if you know how to use it well. The first thing we need to understand when trying to value our own company is that the […]
In today’s M&A environment, an EBITDA multiple is by far the most common methodology employed to value a privately owned business.
Raising money in difficult markets is a current problem. We’ve read in the press about how banks are tightening credit facilities, and there is a cautiousness in the capital markets. A number of companies are now facing the challenge of how to grow their businesses or raise money in the face of this uncertain market.