This week’s M&A Access features Katharine Halpin, Founder & CEO, The Halpin Companies, Inc. Watch as Halpin reconciles with the 1999 KPMG report on why 83% of M&A transactions fail—expressing how the distraction of smartphones and ignoring the people aspect of transactions worsens statistics. Halpin also explains how leaders in emerging companies need to adopt “strategic think-time” to improve transaction statistics.
This week’s M&A Access features Donald H. Noble, CFO, VetCor. Noble explains how VetCor has sustained itself during the pandemic as a recession-proof business that launched new services to increase its revenue. He also delves into how remote means of communication such as video conferencing and social media have allowed the business to remain in front of clients in a time that limits formal business visits.
This week’s M&A Access features Chuck Mohler, Founder & President, Eagle Corporate Advisors. Mohler discusses the impact COVID-19 has had on business owners in terms of transition planning, emphasizing how businesses with good capital structure are braced for the future. He also elaborates how his company, Eagle Corporate Advisors, can help businesses reach their goals and understand what they need to succeed.
This week’s M&A Access features Steve Nunn, CEO, Nunn Better Consulting. Nunn articulates how his firm finds new ways to solve old problems by utilizing a people-centric approach and focusing on staff onboarding and retention. Nunn also delves into the value of gauging the performance of management teams and management coaching in today’s new normal.
This week’s M&A Access features Philip J. Whitman, CEO & President, Whitman Business Advisors LLC. Whitman explains how his company’s business tool, Practice Growth Multiplier, helps clients generate significant bottom-line profits by adding new clients quicker. He also articulates what the biggest concerns are for his clients at this time.