What do all of these billionaires have in common? They all started small. Over time, they gained access to capital, liquidity, and a mastermind board of directors - all elements necessary to achieve steady, substantial growth.
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Here’s a thought: Forget everything you’ve ever been told about how to grow a small business.
You can do better than all that. Much, much better.
Agglomeration is a growth through acquisition strategy that many business owners are starting to use to get bigger without debt. These are entrepreneurs like you who have worked hard to build their enterprises but needed more to move to the next level. These are entrepreneurs who have a zeal for becoming a dominating force in their market.
I recently read the article below written By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP.
His thoughts resonated with me in regard to how big business and government often work to prevent small business owners from growing and prospering.
It is the ongoing efforts to limit competition, nost often from small business owners delivering quality services better or in a more innovative manner, that motivates us to ensure that successful small business owners have access to capital markets and the power of agglomeration. You can read the orginal article here.
In April 2016, Small Business Trends wrote an article about a report from BizBuysell.com describing their analysis of small business purchases. The BizBuySell Insight Report is a nationally-recognized economic indicator that tracks the health of the U.S. small business economy. It focuses on sales and listing prices of owner-operated small businesses in over 70 major markets across the United States with less than $2 million in sales.
Deals take center stage as companies reinvent their corporate strategy in response to a permanently reshaped landscape
Digitalization and sector convergence continue to disrupt business models and markets, creating incentive for companies to fuel growth through M&A. According to EY’s semiannual Global Capital Confidence Barometer, now in its 15th edition, an overwhelming majority of US executives (75%) plan to pursue an M&A transaction in the next year. This is the highest percentage ever recorded by The Barometer and well above the long-term average (45%).
Mergers and acquisitions continue to prove beneficial to company executives looking to gow their businesses through acquisition.
The media group that operates The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard magazine said Thursday it reached an agreement to buy four music brands from SpinMedia, establishing a longer reach by combining some of the most storied titles in music and entertainment.
The Marketing Group’s US Subsidiary Wilkin Marketing Completes The Tactical Acquisition Of DAE Advertising
November 21, 2016
At the time of this writing, Unity-Group PLC's first vertical market agglomeration was coming up on it's sixth month since the initial IPO.
Jeremy Harbour, Executive Chairman of The Marketing Group