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Critical Manufacturing Sectors – Exempt from Closure During COVID-19 Crisis

By Frances Brunelle | March 23, 2020

The Federal Government has defined Critical Manufacturing Sectors by critical category which are exempt from Closure During Covid-19 Crisis. Read more here.

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The Resurgence of Reshoring Due to the Coronavirus

The Resurgence of Reshoring Due to the Coronavirus

By Frances Brunelle | March 6, 2020

Chinese mfg. will not return to production capacity until Q3 2020. 1, 2, and 3 suppliers’ products will not arrive in U.S. until end of Q4 2020 or Q1 2021.

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2020 – More Small Acquisitions Predicted

By Frances Brunelle | February 17, 2020

The uncertainty on the political front, trade wars, and a pandemic prognosis for recession globally, simply does not translate to the U.S. Market.  Easy financing conditions along with earlier tax cuts and shifting small manufacturing demographics are driving deal activity for the next decade through 2030.

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New England Aerospace Component Manufacturer Goes Under Contract

By Frances Brunelle | February 15, 2020

We have active buyers for New England aerospace component sector. Considering retirement or need an equity partner to help accelerate growth? We can help.

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Selling a Manufacturing Company

Selling a Manufacturing Company – Best Practices When Your Company is On the Market

By Frances Brunelle | February 15, 2020

Selling a manufacturing company involves a process of making many decisions. This is not time to sit back. Now it’s time to hustle. Read why here.

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Controlled Auction Process

Controlled Auction Process to Sell A Manufacturing Company – Is It The Best Option?

By Frances Brunelle | February 14, 2020

Does the controlled auction process work when selling manufacturing companies? In this article, we’ll discuss the pros and cons.

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Using Inventory to Lower Taxes – How It Will Hurt the Sale of Your Manufacturing Company

By Frances Brunelle | February 6, 2020

Many manufacturers manipulate their inventory in an effort to lower taxes. Using inventory to lower taxes will hurt the sale of your manufacturing company.

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Power Transmission

The China Trade Deal and Its Possible Affect on The Gear Manufacturing & Power Transmission M&A Market

By Frances Brunelle | February 3, 2020

Since Phase 1 of the China Trade Deal was announced, there’s been sharp increase in inquiry regarding gear manufacturing and power transmission. See why.

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Business Broker Upfront Fees

Business Broker Upfront Fees – Should You Pay Them?

By Frances Brunelle | February 1, 2020

Should you pay large upfront fees to sell your manufacturing business or to determine its value? There is a better way. Read or view the video.

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Exit Strategy - Reduce Owner Involvement

Exit Strategy Part 3 – Start with Reducing Owner Involvement

By Frances Brunelle | January 16, 2020

Excessive Owner Involvement is when a small Manufacturer starts thinking about Exiting, all functions and decision-making rest on the founder’s shoulders.

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