If you are seeking to merge, acquire or be acquired, chances are you already have a list of potential candidate companies in mind. You probably know these companies very well. However, by settling for what you already know, you may miss out on a better opportunity.
At Endellion we employ our unique text and language based data mining capabilities to focus on M&A opportunities globally, not just those in your current backyard and industry sector – because the best opportunities may not be where you expect to find them.
We use the language in business descriptions as a basis to construct company networks and use the connections to your company to find potential M&A opportunities.
The more similar the business description the greater the opportunity to provide existing services in new geographies. The less similar the business description the more complimentary the business and the greater the chance of a diversified offering, whether it be by product, service, client base or geography.
M&A Company Network Case Study
The following company network (and the associated market segments) was developed for an engineering company looking to identify global merger and acquisition opportunities over the next five years.
Endellion Consulting’s Data Collision technique confirmed the usual suspects, but also identified new candidates with recent acquisition history and the ability to meet their proposed valuation.
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