Entries by Roy Martinez

Exit Strategies Group Advises Leap Solutions Group on their Sale to George Petersen Insurance Agency

Exit Strategies Group, Inc., a California based mergers and acquisitions (M&A) brokerage and business valuation firm, recently advised the owners of Leap Solutions Group, Inc. of Santa Rosa on the sale of their business to George Petersen Insurance Agency. Leap Solutions Group is a business management consulting firm specializing in organizational development, human resources, executive […]

Exit Strategies Advises IRR Los Angeles & Orange County on their Sale to CBRE

Exit Strategies, a California based mergers and acquisitions (M&A) brokerage and business valuation firm, recently advised the owners of Integra Realty Resources of Los Angeles and Orange County on the sale of their Southern California commercial property and right-of-way appraisal business to CBRE Group, Inc. IRR Los Angeles co-owner, John Ellis, said, “Roy Martinez of […]

Exit Strategies Group Announces the Sale of Catalyst UX

September 30, 2022 (Silicon Valley, CA) Exit Strategies Group advised Catalyst UX, a leading provider of User Experience design and development, on its recent sale to Unosquare. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices in the USA, Mexico, and the UK, Unosquare builds custom software – and the required engineering teams – for cancer diagnostics technology, […]

7 Keys to Making Your Business Sellable

A business owner recently asked me what she could do to increase the value of her business. She wants to sell and retire in a few years. My advice was: It is easier to sell big businesses than small businesses. The magic number is $1 million in adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and […]

Is 2017 a good year to sell my company?

Sellers often ask us if it is a good time to sell their business. My response is usually, “yes, but it depends”.  The optimum time to sell a particular business depends on many factors, and this article discusses some of them. First of all, timing depends on the company: How are its business fundamentals? Is […]

Think Like a Buyer

Entrepreneurs spend their entire career thinking like an owner. They don’t need to pay any attention to the value of their business. They may have a vague notion of its value based on anecdotal industry revenue or profit multiples that they heard bandied about at an industry conference they went to years ago in Orlando. […]