Frequently-asked questions about our business acquisition interests:
What size businesses do you look to acquire?
A: The gross revenue is less
important than the net. We look for businesses that currently have Cash-Flow or EBITDA in excess of $2MM annually.
Q: What kinds of businesses are you looking to acquire?
Manufacturing except automotive and fashion. We describe manufacturing as building or assembling (or arranging to have built
or assembled) products that are sold nationally or internationally through a distribution network already in-place. By
way of example: a machine shop or plastics injection molder that makes components under periodic contract for another
company would be a candidate if it also makes its own proprietary products for general distribution.
Q: Does the manufacturer need to have valid patents in place for you to be interested in acquisition?
A: No, but no products can be in violation of another patent holders rights. If the business
has current patents or patents pending, then we would want those as a requisite of purchasing the business.
Q: What region(s) of the world does the business need to be located to be a prospective target?
A: Just about anywhere in the world will work; however, we are concentrating our pro-active focus
to major SMSAs in the Western U.S.