It is not uncommon for many successful business owners, at some stage of their business life cycle, to be given the opportunity to acquire a business with a complimentary product or service. But how does the business fund this acquisition when the sale is on an all-in basis a majority of the time?read more
An air services business operating in the mining and energy sectors needed to fund the purchase of a new aircraft. The upturn in the mining sector meant increased demand for charter flights from large mining, civil and energy companies operating in the region.read more
The assets of a printing services/manufacturing business came onto the market after the business failed. The daughter of a well established printing proprietor became aware of the opportunity to acquire the assets and start a business of her own. She had grown up with printing and had a good network of industry contacts who could support her in her new venture.read more
An engineering firm that provides services to the rail infrastructure sector needed to buy a new piece of equipment in order to make the most of expansion opportunities that would – if seized – transform the business.read more
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