Business Hunters provide services to various qualified acquirers including private, corporate and strategic acquirers and private equity groups. Business Hunters typically has 50+ businesses in the process of preparing to enter the market to sell or actively on the market for sale.
Business Hunters – Acquisition Search Program (ASP) represents qualified acquirers interested in buying a business. The programs identify platform companies and/or add-on acquisitions exploring options to revenue enhancement, cost reduction, expand into new markets, build economies of scale or improve services to customers. With the emphasis on quality and innovation, Business Hunters deliver highly successful outcomes to our mergers and acquisitions clients.
Business Hunters is the country master franchise owner for Franchise World Link for both South Africa and Mozambique.
If you are a franchisor and you want to sell a country master, Franchise World Link will help you in the negotiation process. If you are an investor that wants to buy a franchisor or a master franchise we will help you. If you are a franchisor or a master franchisee and you have an exit strategy, Franchise World Link will contribute to find the right investor.
Unfortunately, things not working out as planned, is a reality of life. If you find yourself in this challenging situation, allow Business Hunters to assist you to professionally and legally dispose
of your business fast and efficiently
, so you can meet your obligation to your creditors and minimise your losses
You don’t necessarily have to be at the mercy of the wolves at the door! Business Hunters can assist you to extract yourself gracefully and efficiently, and possibly even help you into your next venture. Contact Business Hunters to find out more about our professional and confidential ‘Business in Distress’ management process.
An exit strategy is a plan for transitioning management and/or ownership of a business to another entity, to shareholders through transfers of ownership or to other family members.
Without a well-conceived business strategy, the value of a business may not be emphasised properly and exit options can become limited. The range of business strategies to be considered can include a straightforward sale of a business, to more intricate transfers of ownership such as an employee or management buyout. Joint ventures and strategic alliances, or streamlined sales of assets can also be evaluated. Many issues have to be addressed in order to maximise a business’s value, including business, economic, personal, interpersonal and cultural aspects. No two business owners will weigh these issues alike; the choice of an exit strategy must be based on the individual owner’s assessment of the importance of each issue.