There is never a wrong time to begin preparing for an eventual sale. The preparation stage is key to executing a successful sale process. In fact, value planning can lead to an optimal sale price for your business.
In addition to market trends, organizations must understand the impact of key industry factors. After all, mergers and acquisitions activity spans across all industries. Knowing how to plan for your specific industry and its unique issues will be critical as you prepare for sale.
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"Working with Eide Bailly, we were able to accelerate our audit schedule, get that done earlier in the year, which allowed me and my team to move on to other activities to generate value for our business."
- Mike Fritts, CFO, Paragon Films
Eide Bailly’s team can help you best position your business in the market. Together we’ll develop an action plan to help you make the most of areas of opportunity unique to your business. Our goal is your success.
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Mergers and acquisitions activity can be confusing and it’s hard to understand where to start. We’ll help you take confusion out of what to do next.
“The Eide Bailly quality of earnings team was great to work with – the first engagement that we worked on together was very complex from an accounting perspective and we would not have been able to complete the sale of the business without their support.”
“We would recommend the Eide Bailly team to any seller … It’s a great investment and will result in achieving the highest value possible for the business.”
We've been able to engage in quick, informed decision-making in all aspects of our business thanks to Eide Bailly and we feel supported in future decision-making as well. Best of all, we have gone from a big loss in one year to an estimated 30% gross profit margin the next, all with the help and guidance of our Eide Bailly team."
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