The fundraising landscape for healthcare and life science companies has changed dramatically over the past several years. Entrepreneurs and business owners in these industries need to look toward emerging categories of investors to provide the funding that was historically serviced by venture capital firms (VC’s). Corporate venture funds, angels and angel networks, government agencies, and foundations are all actively investing in these sectors and represent newer, non-traditional avenues for raising capital. However, the latest growing trend is the participation of family offices.(more…)
You received an inquiry or offer to buy your company - now what?
An unsolicited acquisition offer for your business can come as a surprise. If you haven’t considered selling your company or you are 3-5 years out from your planned exit, you may be caught off guard. This can lead to stress and worry about making the right decision in order maximize the sales price.
No matter what your industry of focus is, there are some key strategies you should employ when faced with an inquiry or offer to acquire your company. The decision you make must be an informed decision in alignment with your objectives.(more…)
San Diego, CA, May 9, 2017 – Objective Capital Partners, a leading M&A investment banking firm specializing in middle market M&A and capital raise, healthcare & life sciences and valuation advisory services, has been announced as a finalist for Boutique Investment Banking Firm of the Year as part of the 9th Annual International M&A Advisor Awards. The M&A Advisor also recognized Objective Capital Partners as finalists in categories for Consumer Discretionary Deal of the Year and Corporate Strategic Deal of the Year ($100mm-250mm). This is the third year in a row that Objective Capital Partners has been nominated by The M&A Advisor as an award finalist.(more…)
San Diego, CA- October 24, 2016 - Objective Capital Partners, a leading M&A investment banking firm focused on transactions for companies with enterprise values up to $500MM, is pleased to announce it has been selected as a finalist in several categories for Advisor of the Year 2016. The awards acknowledge local middle market mergers and acquisitions professionals who have significantly contributed to the successful sale, expansion or recapitalization of their clients’ companies. Select winners will be invited as featured speakers at subsequent events, including the November Association for Corporate Growth conference “The Deals Behind the Advisor of the Year.” The Advisor of the Year awards program will be held at the world-renowned La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology on Thursday, October 27. The Program will begin at 4:00 p.m. with the “Game Changers: Women in the C-Suite” panel discussion followed by the Advisor of the Year program at 5:30 p.m. Ernest Rady will serve as keynote speaker.(more…)
By Channing Hamlet
Managing Director, Objective Capital Partners
For business owners to truly assess the potential value of their business, they must first understand what drives business value in their industry. While at a very high level one can use metrics like Enterprise Value (EV)/Revenue or Enterprise Value (EV)/ EBITDA multiples to assess rough hypothetical values, the reality is that each industry has a unique valuation metric that is used to assess businesses that operate in a particular space or sector. Additionally, there are a number of factors besides just growth and profitability that drive significant value.
Successful business owners and leaders create, understand and track specific metrics that increase the value of their business. This article was written to assist you in defining the things to think about in order to manage and grow the value of your business.(more…)
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