My goal is to always bring you new strategies, wisdom and unorthodox ideas that can help you grow your business rapidly and inorganically. With that in mind, I decided to talk to an incredible group of entrepreneurs from across various industries and business models in an informative roundtable discussion.
During a recent episode of the Fueling Deals podcast, I hosted a roundtable discussion with Walton Financial founder Scott Walton; Judy Briggs, a 1-800-GOT-JUNK franchisee; Chuck Morris, owner of Morris Creative Group; Jane Bolin, Chief Marketing Officer of Peyton Bolin; and J2 Solutions founder Vijay Khatnani.
In our interview, the roundtable group discussed how their businesses were able to use deals to accelerate their business growth. We discuss the lessons each entrepreneur learned in the process of closing their deals, and we share valuable strategies, insights and wisdom to help you find and complete your own deals. Listen to our discussion and see how, regardless of the size of your business or the industry in which you operate, deals can be used to fuel your organization.
The Benefits and Challenges of Deals
If there’s one thing I hope you’ll take from our roundtable discussion, it’s that it doesn’t matter how large or small your company is and it doesn’t matter what industry you work in, growth through deals is possible for you. These five incredible business professionals all saw the potential of inorganic growth as a catalyst for their companies.
My guests also share the concerns they felt and the challenges they experienced as they prepared to close their deals, as well as the steps they took to overcome those problems. This is a great educational opportunity to hear firsthand how the process of acquiring or merging works and to prepare yourself for any potential obstacles.
For Companies of Every Shape and Size
The five businesses represented during the roundtable come from wide-ranging industries: legal services, financial services, marketing, information technology, and even junk removal. They are family operated, partnerships, sole proprietorships and franchises. But, as diverse as they are, they all fueled their growth through deals.
Just as these five entrepreneurs were able to use inorganic growth to expand their businesses, you too can benefit from business partnership, franchise, equity barter, acquiring or merging and other deals to grow your own business. These real world case studies are a great way to familiarize yourself with the process and truly highlight the benefits you can reap from the rapid growth of fueling deals.