You put your all into putting together your manufacturing business. Now that it’s time to sell or recapitalize, we’ll work with you to land the best value for your company. Our team will help you prepare and present your business to buyers or investors, guiding you every step of the process.
Whether you’re looking to exit the manufacturing industry or seeking an investor to fund future growth, here are some of the value-drivers that will affect the selling price of your business:
- Year-over-year revenue and profit growth
- Key management practices
- Customer concentration
- Access to multiple sources of raw materials
- Ability to efficiently maintain inventory levels
- Visibility and reputation
- Workforce experience
- Technology-enabled equipment
- Financials and financial management
- Resilience and adaptability
It pays to be prepared.
Want to sell at a premium or raise capital at the highest valuation? Plan ahead.
Understanding the complexities of preparing a manufacturing business for sale or valuation is the key to obtaining the best sale price and terms for your company.
Politics, economics, and post-pandemic living all play a part in today’s manufacturing industry. Today, business owners face challenges with supply chain management, new technologies, changing regulations, navigating relationships with their workforce, and more.
As a business owner, you need to focus on both day-to-day business challenges as well as strategies for long-term growth. Never lose sight of your exit plan. By taking certain short-term and long-term actions, you can prepare your company for that successful sale.
Calder Associates has a 20-year history of successfully selling manufacturing businesses like yours.
We’ve built up robust relationships with buyers and investors who want to enter the manufacturing industry. We know what they’re looking for and how they value companies, enabling us to help you prepare your manufacturing business for sale or position your business for raising capital.
The manufacturing landscape covers many different types of companies, and so does our experience.
Calder professionals have decades of experience working and consulting for manufacturing companies ranging in size from mid-market to multi-million businesses in food manufacturing, textiles, consumer packaged goods (CPG), building materials, consumer electronics, telecommunications, and more.