Mergers & Acquisitions

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Customer Concentration


The degree to which a customer or group of customers accounts for a percentage of a company’s total sales.


Customer concentration risk can be calculated by dividing the revenue from a business’s top customer by the total gross revenue of the business in a year. Buyers see businesses that have high customer concentration as riskier and therefore place a lower value on these businesses.

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