Get accustomed to the lingo of the Small Business Administration (SBA) with the following definitions regarding financing for business acquisition. Read more
We talk about EBITDA often in our office. The financial measure is important when valuing a business. Business owners, buyers of businesses and even financial advisors can be at a loss for what EBITDA truly means because it is mainly used in the sale of a business- an event they’ll likely experience once.
There is a heap of questions out there regarding EBITDA. And there is an equal amount of answers. We weeded through the resources out there and found the best answers to your EBITDA questions.
The distinction between a financial buyer and a strategic buyer is pretty straightforward. A financial buyer acquires a company as an investment for returns. A strategic buyer acquires a company to advance a business plan.
This table offers some basic characteristics of the two buyer types.
Tombstones in the financial industry- one of those things that is done just because it has always been done.
Tombstones? Yep, tombstones.
Curious about the term? So were we.
Before we did some research, DVS team members took a guess at the reason why the term “tombstone” is the final step in announcing a closed deal.