About eMerge M&A
Dollar Transactions ($ billions)
Years in Service
You built your company ... it's very important to you.
And it's very important to us too.
One day you will leave it. We provide you with options — options that work for you.
Originally founded in 1989, we have valued or consulted with well over 3,000 private companies across industry sectors. We have confidentially opened a market for, and sold, 100's of private companies.
We have over 30 years of archived data and we know what creates value in the eyes of a buyer(s) ... more importantly, we're on your side.
In those situations where owners have elected to have us confidentially open and make a market for them, we have generated premium offers in 100% of the time.
Ready to start a confidential conversation about your largest asset?
No One Has
More Experience With Private Companies.
Since 1989, We Have Consulted With Over 3,000 Private Companies.
Many Of Our Senior Professionals Are Former Business Owners. We Have Sat In Your Chair.
We have a 100% success rate in generating offers for our clients.
We Produce Videos About Our Clients' Companies.
We Embrace New Technologies To Be More Effective
We Know What Creates Value In the Eyes Of a Buyer; But – We’re On Your Side.
The eMerge M&A Advantage
Until eMerge M&A, owners of privately-held companies did not have access to certain alternatives and expertise available to the rest of the market.
Sale of the Company
Open the market and sell 100% of your company at the right time for the highest price, or...
"Take some chips off the table" and still be involved with managing and growing the business. Get paid out for some portion of the company now while allowing for upside potential creating "two bites at the apple”, or...
Management teams or family members do not typically have the cash an owner wants at closing. Sell to them while still capitalizing on the fruits of your labor. The key is to find the right equity partner, or...
Other alternatives may exist; the key is to custom tailor a strategy for you.
The complete or partial sale of a privately-held company is much more complex than Wall Street mega-deals. The potential buyer pool is larger and the transaction issues are more complex and varied.