The Secret to Achieving Maximum Acquisition Value for Your GovTech Firm
In this article, we’ll discuss why so many business owners fall short of their goals during M&A transactions and how you can dramatically increase your business valuation by emphasizing the right value drivers.
Considering Selling Your GovTech Firm? Here’s Why the Future Matters More Than the Past
In this article, we’ll discuss a crucial realization for any GovTech business owner contemplating a sale in the post-pandemic economy: Future promise outweighs past results.
How to Navigate Small Business Status and Valuation in GovTech M&A
In this article, we’ll discuss how to think about GovTech M&A valuations and negotiations, given the importance of set-aside contracts and small business status.
A Guide to Set-Aside Contract Transfers in GovTech M&A
In this article, we’ll discuss how set-aside contracts are transferred, and what obligations businesses have for transferring set-aside contracts
Understanding the Impact of Set-Aside Contracts on GovTech M&A
In this post, we’ll examine the role of set-aside contracts in GovTech M&A, and their potential impact — both positive and negative — on your next GovTech M&A deal.
Understanding the Impact of the Post-Pandemic Economy
In this article, we’ll discuss some of the larger macroeconomic issues that can affect your GovTech business valuation, and how you can navigate them in the post-pandemic landscape.
Go-to Market Readiness for Your GovTech Firm: A Five-Step Process
In this article, we’ll go over the five stages of market readiness for your GovTech business, so that you know exactly what to expect throughout the M&A process.
Your GovTech Industry Guide to Valuation, Growth, and Monetization
In this article, we’ll explore how companies in the GovTech space can start thinking about valuation, growth, and monetization for their business.
3 Things to Consider When You Hit “The Freedom Point”
Your company value may surprise you and you may have enough money if sold to live comfortably for the rest of your life but when you pass it, it’s worth considering the risk you’re taking.
Exiting Tips From One Of The Top 40 Under 40
Wind Mobile founder Anthony Lacavera has started 12 businesses, six of which he has exited. His exits have ranged in value from the $6 million he got for one of his recent start-ups to $1.3 billion when he sold Wind Mobile. He did it by following two key tips.
8 Steps For Turning A Service Into A Product
Thanks to COVID way of doing business change. Take advantage of our gravitation towards buying products, following eight steps.