12 Sep Selling Your Retail Apparel Company
Have you considered selling your retail apparel company? If so, you may be wondering what options are available to you. The following are a few suggested routes you can take:
- Hand the business over to your family members, if they want to take a leadership position, and they could become the new managers;
- Sell it to a financial buyer, such as a private equity group, who will find a manager to take your place who will oversee the company’s growth and prosperity for the years to come;
- Sell it to an established, strategic company that would incorporate your business into their existing model;
- Enter into a roll-up transaction
Each route comes with its fair share of pros and cons. Determining which is best for you and your company will depend on multiple factors. Working with a qualified and experienced partner that can help you evaluate your options can help ensure you make the best decision at a critical time in your company’s history. At InvestmentBank.com we have seen our share of sell-side transactions from larger enterprises to family owned and operated businesses. We are proud to be a partner that founders and company owners can turn to when making one of the most important decisions in the history of their company.
Our team of licensed bankers have diverse backgrounds and have successfully completed transactions in a variety of industries. What this means for you as a business owner is that we are able to combine our years of experience to assist you in completing your transaction. Our team is prepared to discuss different deal structures, valuation techniques, and guide you through the process of selling a company.
If you have been thinking about selling your retail apparel company, now is a good time to contact one of our licensed bankers. We recommend that you begin preparing for a sale as early as possible prior to entering the market. You will need ample time to explore various deal structures, prepare your pitch deck, and begin preparing for the rigorous due diligence process. We look forward to learning more about the retail apparel company that you have built and being a trusted member of your deal team at this exciting time in your company’s history.