Business Labs is a successful business broker that matches sellers and buyers using win-win techniques to perform business acquisition transactions. Selling or buying a business is considered as the important and complex financial transactions in one’s life.
Buying a Business
Business Labs helps in finding target businesses for the business buyers. In most conditions, the buyer will focus to purchase a business and does not prepare and plan for the transaction. Our professionals are ready to help you in the entire process.
There may be several reasons to purchase a business. The buyers should be able to answer some of the important questions before finding the right business for them.
Why do you need to purchase a business?
What are your weakness and strengths?
How many years you have experience in managing or running a business?
Do you want to remain as an absentee owner or hands-on owner?
When you answer these questions, you can remain sure that you are purchasing the right business. Our Business Slabs executives will take you through an informal consultation.
Selling a Business
It is not easy to sell your business right away. At Business Slabs, we have an experienced team to evaluate the plus and minus of trading your business. We will help you to go through various steps involved in the selling process.
The business owners will be curious to get the maximum returns from their business and always show interest to know their business worth. The business evaluation is a formal process that helps in finding the value of the business. It is an important step performed for both the buyer and the seller.
During the merger or acquisition, it will remain quite challenging to manage communication with the customers, future employees, employees, and future customers. Moreover, keeping the marketing programs in steady condition is tough with the expert’s assistance.
At Business Slabs, we are ready to help your marketing teams and in-house sales team to develop and execute a strategy to run your business smoothly. Our marketing experts will develop a segment marketing and integration roadmap to sketch your tactical execution plan and acquisition marketing strategy through the four stages of business acquisition.
- Pre- announcement
- Day one of the announcement
- The first hundred days
- After Acquisition: One hundred days to one year
The Acquisition or Merger Playbook:
We will provide a complete Acquisition and Merger Playbook for our clients. It will guide and define all messaging, press and media communication plans, analyst, social media, external and internal communication, positioning, branding, and timelines. Our professionals will also guide to define cross-functional integration players that share acquisition timelines, communication responsibilities, and deliverables.
Such departmental micro-plans consist of HR teams, support, development, product management, sales, marketing, corporate communications, executive teams and corporate development.
Our professionals will guide you and your extensive team to examine new operational processes, define organization structures and make sure that there is a smooth evolution for your in-house team. They work to implement essential marketing processes that you do not have to think about attaining the sales objectives for each company while you go ahead in the acquisition plan.
A fast growing and vibrant business faces the issues of acquisitions and mergers. There may be chances for another company who is interested and approach you to acquire your organization, or you may have discovered another company you wanted to merge with. Well, it could be an exciting time! But it is also a critical time where you have to analyze your company and ask some important questions to yourself.
Requirements or opportunities help in driving strategic business decisions. A business will go through various phases. It may require partnership, contraction, expansion, closure of business units, or even sale of the business. If one party sells their business, it is an acquisition for another party.
There are several reasons and scenarios to consider mergers and acquisitions for a small business.
To take over a firm that remains in approving business line/ to grow the business earnings by merging.
Increase the market share by performing ahead of your competitor.
A need for endurance – declining and loss-making businesses has to take hard decisions to survive in the market. They have to either sell their business to other or partnership with other businesses. It could be the best decision instead of running it with the loss.
When you have enough cash in your business, there are chances to come across profitable opportunities. It is possible to explore by obtaining outside firms.
Business Slabs has worked with several multinational companies to offer services that make easy, successful mergers and acquisitions. We will provide no-cost consultation that will help in determining your business needs.