Do you want to break through a business plateau with inorganic growth? Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) have become one of the main corporate tools for companies looking to produce big wins. It’s not simple though: bringing organizations together through M&A is among the most complex business activities. We assist small and medium-sized sellers and buyers at every step of the way, providing guidance on M&A transactions.
As Mergers & Acquisitions become increasingly popular within the Language Industry, many small and medium-sized company owners are now considering it as the option to drive exponential growth or capitalize on the effort of a lifetime.
Coming around to the idea of M&A means answering every possible question you may have along the way:
A look at some recent deals in the language services industry
The deal reinforces t’works aims for expansion in Europe, considering that 35–40% of their customers are already located outside Germany.
A merger is a good fit when both companies share an excellent reputation in their respective markets. The new group combines EUR 13m in revenue and looks to tap on the government tender market.
In February 2020 Straker acquired local rival New Zealand Translation Centre Limited International for USD 1.1m — 0.4x revenues.
The transaction bases within the language services industry follow the same logic as M&A in other industries and vertical markets.
Business valuation is a critical component of the M&A process, as it is the first step to determine how much your company is worth or how much you should pay for the business you would like to acquire.
Are you a small or medium-sized Language Service Provider (LSP) looking for opportunities in Europe with significant upside potential? If so, we can help you understand how M&A might serve your longer-term goals. We offer both Business Broker and M&A Advisory Services.
We work with Buyers to understand their goals and identify quality companies for sale to acquire.