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Outsourced Corporate Development: A Prudent Path to Successful Business Development

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Chief financial officers today are looking for new growth opportunities based on increasing market optimism, and they are finding a wide range of opportunities.

As growth options are evaluated—whether through internal innovation or mergers and acquisitions—meeting your corporate development goals and increasing shareholder value while remaining conservative in a recovering market can seem like an overwhelming task. Many businesses choose acquiring other companies or product lines over organic growth due to its efficiency and effectiveness as a strategy to meet growth objectives. Perhaps the company’s core business is experiencing flat or declining growth. The primary market in which a company competes may be experiencing rapid change that has resulted in a mismatch or gap in its product portfolio or capabilities. In other cases, there may be significant returns to scale that a company could achieve more quickly by acquisition than through organic growth. Companies may also need to achieve expansion in key geographies. Whatever the strategic imperative, a well-executed acquisition strategy can enable a company to achieve its goals more efficiently and effectively than with a solely organic growth strategy.

In this Sikich Investment Banking white paper, get a look at the acquisition process and each step along that path, and review a case study from a real company that explored growth opportunities using an outsourced corporate development partner.

Securities are offered through Sikich Corporate Finance LLC, a registered broker dealer with the Securities and Exchange Commissions and a member of FINRA/SIPC. 

 

This publication contains general information only and Sikich is not, by means of this publication, rendering accounting, business, financial, investment, legal, tax, or any other professional advice or services. This publication is not a substitute for such professional advice or services, nor should you use it as a basis for any decision, action or omission that may affect you or your business. Before making any decision, taking any action or omitting an action that may affect you or your business, you should consult a qualified professional advisor. You acknowledge that Sikich shall not be responsible for any loss sustained by you or any person who relies on this publication.

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