Respect for entrepreneurs:
We recognize and understand the challenges that entrepreneurs face during their careers. This is often a question of a person’s life’s work, which may have continued from one generation to the next. The reward for the business owner is not something that can be measured simply in monetary terms, so finding the right person to continue the company is a very important issue.
The right person to continue the business might be found from outside those fields that first came to mind when considering a possible candidate. Experience gained in various fields, an open mind, and the ability to combine things in a new way, are factors that might bring unexpected candidates to the table.
Personal experience combined with the ability to understand different business models gives us a healthy and rewarding standpoint for arranging mergers and acquisitions and selling a company. We also recognize when a deal is not worthwhile, and we’re not afraid to say so.
All of our discussions and communications are conducted in the strictest confidence. Also included under this principle, we do not disclose information about deals we have been involved in.
“All success is temporary,” a wise person once said. Only comprehensive and uncompromising focus on the company’s operations can build the foundation for systematic progress in corporate sales, mergers and acquisitions.