Part One – Michael Richmond: Why a Company That Was Growing Exponentially Couldn’t Get Sold
A company that manufactured orthopedic implants for pets was growing and profitable. However, getting this company positioned for an exit and finding the right acquiring company proved to be an extraordinary challenge that required some insightful thinking.
Two women 25 years ago open a small retail bakery that makes sweets in the form of cookies and muffins. They opened their first bakery shop in Harlem in NYC and over time grew their cookie and muffin business to six locations. They were approached by a Private Equity Group who made a great offer. With the help of an advisor it increased the offer by nearly 40% seemingly out of thin air.
The DAK Group
Rochelle Park, New Jersey
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