Buying a Business

Wal-Mart. McDonalds. Starbucks.

What do they have in common? Well, for one, they are businesses that were not started and grown from scratch by their original founders.

No, they were businesses started by others and then bought by ambitious and talented entrepreneurs who then propelled them to a new stratosphere of growth.

And while high profile, statistically they are not atypical.

Census Bureau statistics show that a purchased business is eleven times more likely to still be in business 5 years from time of purchase as compared to those started from scratch.

However, for most entrepreneurs and business owners, the business “transaction” path is far too often overlooked as a high-quality strategic alternative.

For over 20 years, Growthink has advised entrepreneurs and executives seeking the right strategy and capital partners to effect a business purchase and / or sale transaction.

And the breadth and depth our consulting practice, with dozens of projects “live” at any give time, provides us with a unique creativity and imagination to envision and articulate a business’ future value.

Doing so credibly, of course, is normally the driving factor as to whether or not a transaction gets done, and on what terms.

We look forward to learning more about your business purchase and / or sale opportunities, and to discussing how Growthink can help turn them into reality.

 

Case Studies

For 20 years, we have aided in the growth of thousands of clients – startups, small businesses, venture capital and private equity firms, non-profit and governmental organizations, middle market and Fortune 500 companies.

Below is a representative sample of successful clients.

DCIP

Digital Cinema Implementation Partners (DCIP) is a joint venture owned by exhibition industry leaders AMC Entertainment Inc., Cinemark USA, INC., and Regal Entertainment Group, representing more than 14,000 movie screens across the U.S. and Canada. Growthink assisted in the development of the strategic business plan for the joint venture and shortly after, they closed a round of financing in the amount of $750 million.

Adometry

Adometry is the industry leader in scoring, auditing, and improving traffic quality for the online advertising community. The Company engaged Growthink to develop its strategic business plan focused on raising capital to enter the click fraud market. Since working with Growthink, Adometry has gone on to raise over $20 million in institutional capital through 3 different rounds of financing and has made several strategic acquisitions.

XCOM Wireless

XCom Wireless (XCom) develops radio frequency (RF) MEMS technology for improved signal routing. Growthink was retained to draft the XCom Wireless business plan and introduced XCom to Ardesta Venture Capital of Ann Arbor, MI, with whom they completed their $3 million Series A financing round. XCom also successfully used its business plan to received federal funding from several grants. Currently in the process of securing Series B Funding.

Integreon

Integreon is a business process outsourcing (BPO) firm that offers a wide range of knowledge and legal support services to professionals. Growthink was retained to develop Integreon’s business plan, which focused on raising capital and scaling the business. Since working with Growthink, Integreon has raised over $50 million in venture capital, grown from 12 to 2,000 employees, and is now one of the largest BPO firms in the world.

Click here to view more Growthink clients who have achieved tremendous success.

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What Our Clients Say

"I worked with the team at Growthink to grow my company. They are a sharp, creative, and results-focused group. I recommend them highly to companies of all sizes looking to turbo-charge their businesses."
Liam Brown
Founder, Integreon Corp.
"I absolutely loved working with Growthink! They ultimately delivered a very valuable tool that will have tremendous use to us in our growth plan. I highly recommend them."
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President, HMG Plus
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