Getting acquired is a best-case scenario where both you and your investors can make a lucrative payday. Your company’s valuation will be based on several key factors:

  • If your company’s products or services and geography can help fill in a market or product gap for the acquiring business
  • If the acquirer wants to outbid a competitor for your business
  • If your company’s talent meets the needs of the acquirer
  • If there are theoretical synergies between your businesses
  • If you’re doing better than the acquiring business in the same marketplace

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Frank Mastronuzzi

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Founding Partner @punchfinancial, VP Business Development @GreenoughGroup, CFO, MBA, SF-Based, consummate optimist, proud zio, proud daddy of Luca, the Wheaten

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