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Social Responsibility – Giving People a Hand Up Manufacturing Companies to Support & Celebrate

By Lynn Logg | March 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s not Christmas.  It’s not National Volunteer Week.  And that is exactly why we’re doing a “shout out” related to social responsibility and giving back.  It should be something we attend to all year long – not just when the calendar says it’s time. At Accelerated Manufacturing Brokers, Inc., social responsibility is woven into the fabric of who we are as individuals and as a company.  Individually, some of us donate time to our church, local food banks, equestrian therapy programs and more.  Others volunteer their time to teach and…

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Selling Your Business From A Buyer’s Perspective

By Lynn Logg | March 27, 2017 | 0 Comments
Selling Your Business

At Accelerated Manufacturing Brokers we are not just committed to getting the job done when it comes to selling your business. We are also committed to making sure you, the seller, are prepared throughout the entire process, particularly when it comes time to meet potential buyers. It should come as no surprise to a seller that a buyer would be younger with many thoughts on how to grow a business – any business. What may be harder to wrap your head around is that these individuals, while interested in your…

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Medical Device Manufacturer Acquisition Opportunity – Breast Cancer Treatment Technology

By Frances Brunelle | March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Medical Device Industry Investors – We Have What You’re Seeking – An Industry Disruptive New Technology In the medical device industry all investors seek a new technology that will be game changing and industry disruptive. When you find a technology with promise, the cost of approvals and clinical trials can be exorbitant. Accelerated Manufacturing Brokers, Inc. has exclusively listed a medical device manufacturer that is without a doubt, industry disruptive. However in this case, much of the early stage work is already complete. The company’s technology is trademarked and patented…

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Niche Acquisition Opportunity – Product Based Manufacturer In Business & Tax Friendly State

By Frances Brunelle | March 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Niche and Product Based Companies Everyone seeking a manufacturing acquisition wants a business that is niche and product based. It’s hard to find one that has over $1 million in cash flow and is located in a business and tax friendly state with lower labor costs. Hard to find, right? What are the chances of finding a manufacturer like this whose products are also considered “best in class” in their industry.  Now add the fact that the business is not dependent on the owner, (he lives in another state). Would…

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Good News For Glass Manufacturer (s) – Recent Change To Building Codes

By Frances Brunelle | February 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Recent Change To Building Codes We all hear about how excessive regulation can be devastating for business. However, every now and then regulation is put in place for safety, and it’s also REALLY good for business. Such is the case with recent changes to building codes that are really good for impact resistant and safety glazed glass manufacturer (s). Regulations Are Now Widely Enforced The family of International Codes published by the International Code Council (IRC) is the most widely used in the history of U.S. construction codes. In addition…

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Looking For A Manufacturing Business Acquisition In All The Wrong Places

By Frances Brunelle | February 13, 2017 | 2 Comments

Looking For A Manufacturing Business Acquisition In All The Wrong Places As I type this title I can hear the old Johnny Lee song from the 1980’s “Looking for Love In All The Wrong Places.” Unfortunately good buyers are looking for manufacturing business acquisitions in all the wrong places too! Both individual buyers and private equity groups alike are seeking companies of a certain size, usually companies with over $15 million in sales. Both groups complain that when they find something they like, the competition is fierce, and they are…

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4 Key Components To An Offer To Purchase A Mfg. Company

By Frances Brunelle | February 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

4 Key Components To An Offer To Purchase A Mfg. Company. As manufacturing business brokers selling nationally, we’re seeing increased competition for the acquisition of good manufacturing companies. Most companies we sell have multiple offers for the Seller to choose from. This is likely to continue for the next few years. If you’re submitting an offer to purchase a manufacturing company, here are some things to consider. Your offer should have certain components to help you stand out from the crowd. As you consider these key components to an offer…

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How To Sell A Manufacturing Business in 2017

By Frances Brunelle | February 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

How To Sell A Manufacturing Business in 2017 – A Definitive Guide To Preparing Your Business For Sale… Manufacturing business owners are retiring in record numbers. For many, the bulk of their retirement dollars are tied up in their business. With competition rising, it’s important to understand how to make your business stand out so that you can maximize your retirement dollars. In this article we’ll examine how to sell a manufacturing business in 2017, and the best ways to make your business appealing to quality buyers. Written Systems Buyers…

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To Hire or Not Hire an M&A Attorney

By Lynn Logg | February 7, 2017 | 1 Comment

When to Hire an M&A Attorney When you are selling a business, there is always a lot of debate about whether or not to hire an M&A attorney.  Business brokers are not attorneys (or accountants), so it’s always in our and your best interest to make sure you receive proper guidance and advice. Some people will tell you hiring an attorney is a sure-fire way to kill a deal. The process can become protracted and we all know time kills deals. Others will tell you they enlisted the help of…

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The Trump Effect On 2017 Mergers & Acquisition – A Double-Edged Sword?

By Frances Brunelle | January 11, 2017 | 4 Comments

The Trump Effect On 2017 Mergers & Acquisitions   As an M&A professional selling exclusively in the manufacturing sectors, a look at the “Trump Effect” on 2017 mergers & acquisitions is of vital importance. We know that manufacturing is one of the most regulated industries in the country. In fact the National Association of Manufacturers reports that manufacturers pay $19,564 per employee to comply with federal regulations. This is double the per employee cost of all firms in the USA as a whole. Ntl. Association of Mfgrs. reports that #mfgrs.…

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