Companies with less than $10 million in revenue are often overlooked and avoided by the larger buyout firms. That's a terrible mistake because many of these ventures are at the beginning of their growth cycle. In most cases, all they need is access to capital and professional, experienced management.
This investor is experienced with the unique business and family issues that smaller companies usually face. Accordingly, his company tends to structure flexible transactions to meet the specific financial, legal and tax objectives of the Seller.
The company prefers minimum revenue of $3 million and likes niche manufacturers of consumer and industrial products, service companies and value-added distributors. Please refer to [Buyer 1106318].