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To receive a complete, confidential and free of charge analysis of your business, please fill in the form below. Another email will be sent to you with a questionnaire to complete. 

This analysis will help you answer the following questions:

1. What is my business worth?
2. How much tax will I have to pay if I sell my business?
3. How do I sell a business?
4. Are there any buyers for my business?
5. What are the pntt fees and why should I hire a consultant to represent me for selling my business?

Rest assured that all communications will remain 100% confidential, as we are bound by attorney-client privilege.

Important note: For the analysis to be free of charge, the company must have sales in excess of $1.5 million or generate profits in excess of $250,000. 

For 2024, we are offering this free analysis to a maximum of 5 people. There are currently 0 places available.

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Your questions, our answers

Selling a business is a complex process that requires professional help. Here are some examples of questions we are frequently asked.

Foire aux questions

The buyer’s company and the seller’s company may have synergies that we call: economies of scale, strategic synergies or strategic advantages.

Here is a short list of possible synergies:

  • Elimination of a competitor;
  • Increase in customer list;
  • Access to a new brand;
  • Market expansion (covering more territory and gaining market share);
  • Acquisition of a specific technology;
  • Acquisition of key talent;
  • Vertical or horizontal integration;
  • Product diversification;
  • Reduce administrative costs (accounting, payroll, office expenses, marketing, etc.);
  • Increased purchasing volume, enabling certain supplier discounts;
  • and Lower interest rates on debt.

All these synergies will reduce the buyer’s perceived risk in relation to your company, as he will be able to rapidly increase sales and reduce expenses. The buyer will therefore be inclined to offer a better price for your company.

Advantages :

  • Their synergies mean that they will usually offer a better price for the company;
  • The seller will usually not have to stay long in the company for the transition;
  • Employees will have a brighter future, as they will be part of a much larger company;
  • The business is likely to grow faster; and
  • The buyer will have no intention of selling the business quickly.

Disadvantages :

  • Managers may lose their jobs, as they will be replaced by those of the buyer;
  • Company culture may change; and
  • Customer loyalty may decrease.

Benefits :

  • Managers will usually remain in place and continue to play a key role;
  • Opportunity for the seller to stay with the company and continue to make money in the form of a salary or earn-out;
  • They usually have a wide network in the industry; and
  • Employees are usually less worried.

Disadvantages :

  • The seller must stay with the company longer to manage the transition;
  • The acquisition is usually made with a lot of debt. The company therefore has less money for expansion projects and can take fewer risks;
  • The management team must remain focused and strong;
  • The purchase price is usually lower than for strategic buyers;
  • Investors will demand solid financial reports;
  • and The investors’ intention may be to sell the company quickly (a flip).