Mergers & Acquisitions

Resources: M&A Talk Podcast

At M&A Talk we bring you exclusive interviews with experts in business sales, valuations, mergers and acquisitions and more. We talk to the most experienced professionals in the industry to uncover their secrets.

Creating a Smooth Transition

Creating a Smooth Transition

Brent Freeman

Merger & Acquisition Advisor

While there are a lot of moving parts in any M&A deal, ensuring a smooth transition from you to the new owner of your company is important for a number of reasons that could impact not only your reputation but also the prospects for success of the new ownership and the livelihoods of your loyal employees. That, however, only scratches the surface. How can you work now and during the acquisition process to help make sure the transition goes as smoothly as possible? Brent Freeman, investment banker and M&A advisor at The CBB Group, joins us to talk about the ways that a business owner can work to smooth out the bumps that sometimes occur when a company transitions from one owner to another

Guest Profile

Brent Freeman is an investment banker and in M&A Advisor at the CBB Group.

Specialties: Strategic Market Development,Sales and Distribution, Platform Development Product Development

Ability to build and manage business by developing strategic long-range solutions that meet both company and customer requirements. Build and enable a culture where associates and customers know what success is and drive an organization to that end. Accomplished by using a collaborative style of management that is inclusive of all key stakeholders: Managing goals and performance, holding all parties accountable and looking for innovative solutions to improve bottom line results.

Address: Portland, Oregon

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brent-a-freeman-cva-51837a12/

A Roadmap to the Successful Sale of Your Business (152 pages)

A Roadmap to the Successful Sale of Your Business (152 pages)

You could spend a lifetime figuring out how to successfully sell your business and still end up confused or clueless. What if you can stop the guesswork and start taking action now?

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