Mergers and acquisitions are a key strategy lever in driving business growth. Unlike organic growth strategies, the growth needle can move very quickly. In one transaction, you can make significant gains in customer acquisition, market share penetration, talent acquisition, product/service diversification, technological capability, and financial capacity. Unfortunately, only a minority of M&A transactions ever achieve their intended objectives. In this category we offer advice and information on how to “bolt on” or “tuck in” other companies into your growth model.
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