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Robert (Bob) Kay, an experienced executive in finance, investments, private equity intermediary, banking, and private business management, and his long-time business associate, Laine Holman, a seasoned CFO, have joined Corporate Investment, an Austin-based financial advisory firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions and business sales. 
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We are in an extremely favorable market for business sellers. Buyers have abundant capital to deploy, interest rates are low, and the economy in Texas is doing well.

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Robert Dicks, an experienced executive and entrepreneur, has joined Corporate Investment http://www.corpinvest.com/dicks-pr.htm

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Multiples of EBITDA – What Factors Turn a 3x into a 5x?

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The M&A Timeline can be longer than you think. Corporate Investment's M&A Advisors will step you through the process. http://bit.ly/1XroTRe
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Exit Planning. Few have well-defined strategy to transition out of their business. We're adding Exit Planning to our services.

Since 1984, our firm has worked with business owners in over 250 business sale transactions. These businesses had between 10 and 250 employees. Unfortunately, we found that prior to meeting us, very few of our clients had a well-defined, well-executed strategy for the transition out of their business.

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Creating value in your business to get top dollar when you leave it

Did you ever wonder why one business has buyers lined up willing to pay top dollar while another sits on the market for months, or even years? What do buyers look for in a prospective business acquisition?

http://corpinvest.blogspot.com/2016/03/creating-value-in-your-business-to-get.html

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 A Race Against Time: Exit Planning

Successful, active business owners seldom slow down. Many business owners are both great at planning (for their businesses) and terrible at planning (for themselves).  There are so many great business challenges to tackle, planning for your personal ownership future can get pushed to the back burner.  
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