Key Value Drivers:
How Strong is Your Management Team?

Most entrepreneurs hope to one day sell all or a portion of their company to an internal or external buyer or an equity partner who can help grow the business. To maximize the sale price of the business, owners should focus on a few key value drivers between now and the time they plan to sell.

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Key Value Drivers:
What Do Your Growth Opportunities Look Like?

Continuing our monthly discussion about key business value drivers, this month we will touch on the importance of Growth Opportunities within your business.  A major indicator of the health of a business, and corresponding market valuation, is the forward or backward movement of revenue and the company in its market as a whole.  Is the company gaining market share or losing it?  Is the company seen as a contender in its market, or a has-been?

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Key Value Drivers:
Financial Statement Quality and Accounting Process Integrity

In a recent blog, we talked about a few key value drivers business owners should be focusing on if they are planning to sell their company in the near-term future. The first, and probably most important, of these value drivers is financial statement quality and accounting process integrity.

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Strategic M&A Advisors, LLC  Proudly Announces the Formation of  Broadstreet Business Brokers, LLC

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Strategic M&A Advisors, LLC

Proudly Announces the Formation of

Broadstreet Business Brokers, LLC

The Members of Strategic M&A Advisors, LLC (SMAA) are proud to announce the formation of Broadstreet Business Brokers, LLC (, a wholly owned subsidiary of SMAA.  Broadstreet’s primary focus is to assist small business owners in the Gulf South to sell their businesses and achieve their respective financial or retirement goals.

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5 Value Drivers You Should Be Focusing on Now

The long-term goal for most closely held business owners is to one day achieve what’s referred to as a liquidity event. This involves either selling their business outright to an external or internal buyer or selling a portion of the business to an equity partner who can help grow the company to the next level. Continue reading