Stronger exits.
Accurate defensible values.


We advise clients through the complex M&A sale process to optimize their outcomes.


Our accurate independent business valuations meet the highest professional standards.


We source quality strategic bolt-on acquisitions for companies and private equity groups.


We help owners select the best exit option, build value and prepare for a sale.

M&A Advisors and Business Valuation Experts, Since 2002

Exit Strategies specializes in managing the sale process for family and closely-held businesses up to $100 million in revenue (sell-side representation). We also help owners complete successful management buyouts and grow through acquisition (buy-side advisory). Our advisors excel at protecting sensitive information, keeping the sale process moving forward, overcoming obstacles, and maximizing value for our clients. We answer to merger and acquisition (M&A) advisor, investment banker, business broker, transaction intermediary and deal maker.

As a full service, independent business valuation firm, we provide valuations (appraisals) for estate and gift tax, buy-sell agreements, management buyouts, ESOPs, exit planning, corporate dissolutions, litigation support and more. Company owners, attorneys, CPA’s, banks, courts, fiduciaries and others rely on Exit Strategies for accurate defensible values.

Our seasoned team of M&A brokers and accredited valuation experts are all former business owners and accomplished business executives. We serve clients in a broad range of industries from offices in the North San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley/San Jose and Sacramento California, and Portland Oregon.

Contact us to discuss your goals and circumstances, confidentially.

Industry Expertise

Exit Strategies sells and appraises businesses in almost any industry. We have deepest knowledge and expertise in these areas:



B2B Services


E- Commerce

Health Care


Food & Beverage



Test & Measurement


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