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The E-2 Visa: A Win-Win for Lower Middle Market M&A

On the heels of the Brexit and continued economic recession in many countries around the globe, international investors are increasingly looking towards the relative safe haven of the United States. I am personally feeling the impact of increased Foreign Direct Investment in the United States (FDIUS) in my business, as there is a clear uptick in number

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What’s My Business Worth?

I’m a Los Angeles-based business broker advising buyers and sellers on the transfer of businesses valued between $2M-$100M. We are currently in a thriving market with a tremendous amount of interested parties on both sides of the transaction. Businesses with increasing profits, predictable cash flows and stable operations are selling at the highest multiples we’ve

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Case Study: E-Commerce Lifestyle Business

As an M&A Advisor, I am most fulfilled when I help clients exit their businesses on their terms and seamlessly transition into the next phase of their lives. My colleagues and I felt a tremendous sense of satisfaction last month when we closed a significant transaction for our clients, owners of a global lifestyle brand.

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Case Study: Clements Environmental

Background Clements Environmental Corporation is an environmental engineering and consulting firm located in Los Angeles, California. The Company specializes in solid waste engineering and management, environmental regulatory compliance, and environmental permitting for private industry as well as city and county municipalities. Owner was approaching retirement age and sought to engage a firm with the expertise

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Case Study: Alros Label Co.

Background Founded in 1979, Alros Label Company (now rebranded as Cover Label) is a Los Angeles-based manufacturer of custom printed pressure sensitive labels. The owners, who were second generation owners of this family business, lacked a third generation to take over the business. As the owners approached retirement age, they elected to sell the business

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