Category Archives: Business Strategy

The Successful Business Acquisition Process – Step #1 Who Buys Companies and Why?


Buying a company is by far one of the most complex purchase activities most individuals ever undertake. A far broader array of skills and knowledge is required than for any other purchase, certainly much more so than purchasing a house or an automobile. Continue reading The Successful Business Acquisition Process – Step #1 Who Buys Companies and Why?

The Successful Business Acquisition Process – 15 Steps

When a decision is made to buy a business there is a fairly specific process you can expect to go through, especially when buying the “right” business. The acquisitions process involves several distinct steps and sub-steps that must be managed and controlled with extreme care and dealt with expertly and skillfully.

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Dynamic Business Growth

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In the world of business nothing ever stays the same. Today’s competitive advantage may be copied by competitors and rendered useless tomorrow. Developing new products and entering new markets are two ways to maintain a competitive edge. But in a fast-paced market, imitators can often quickly follow: even patented items are difficult to defend in a global market. The globalization of commerce has stimulated a shift in thinking about competitive advantage. In many industries a competitive position can come from underlined organizational abilities, in others it could come up from a strategy model of financing, acquisitions, licensing, geographic expansion, or a mathematical model that enables you to integrate several of the above components of growth. Continue reading Dynamic Business Growth