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Does anyone have experience with these 2 or similar programs?
Both seem quite similar in concept. They are basically courses and "networks", selling systems on how to value, finance, acquire and to some extent run and eventually sell businesses.
I have been debating posting this thread for a few days, but here it goes.
I've been an Ideapreneur/Wantpreneur for a while. I'm 27 and have worked in the Salesforce ecosystem for about 5 years on and off (More about that here). After spending time at Non-Profits & PE owned companies...
Here a question for anyone who’s been involved in business acquisitions:
What are the most common mistakes that beginners make?
What are your main principles based on your experience having been involved in the deals you’ve done?
I opened my news feeds today, only to find some headlines blaring all about Grabcar buying Uber.
The words 'monopoly' and 'corporate strategy' blew up in my head.
Then I looked further, and found it was just the Southeast Asian Uber that got bought by Grab.
Uber is selling its Southeast Asia...
how to acquire some capital without credit and without help from family (since there isnt much in the latter) any ideas or suggestions? How to leverage OPM for ventures? What is a lucrative strategy or proposition?
Story is here Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion
Amazon has been trying to get into the grocery sector for a while with Amazon Fresh. Now they've definitely taken a huge leap ahead by acquiring Whole Foods.
Supposedly, Whole Foods will continue to operate business as usual under...
This is crazy.
For those who don't know, Luxottica is the manufacturer behind all of the following brands:
Eye Safety Systems (ESS)