I Think the Economy – and Business Confidence – are Improving
I think the economy – and business confidence – are improving. The reason: During the past week, two of my clients received unsolicited acquisition overtures from well-known Bay Area companies.
I’ll readily admit that this? does not represent a statistically valid sampling of local businesses. Nevertheless, I find this development meaningful because the last time a client was acquired was years ago.
At the moment, I’m coaching these clients on negotiation tactics. Then, because I started working with each company after it was formed, we’ll make sure that corporate records are complete and up-to-date. (See What Must We Do if We?re Going to Be Acquired?)
I’m sad that I will lost valued clients, but I’m pleased that I will have a role in their successful exits – and that these transactions appear to be a sign that the business climate is improving.
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Dana H. Shultz, Attorney at Law +1 510-547-0545 dana [at] danashultz [dot] com
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Acquisition, Business Entities, Negotiation